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THE HUR INGTOX FRK1C PRESS ; THURSDAY, DECEMBER I, 1904.
ETHAN ALLEN FARM. Memorial Tower to 13e Erected on Indian Koek bv the Sons of the Aineri can Revolution. The action ol tlifi Foclcty of Iho Sor. ( ' the American lb volution nl their netlti(f lii'M "I .Mniitpellcr lut week ill itinc to ,u'i -pi ho oiler nl Mr. V . .1. v ,m l.iilin of Ihi' Kill In the nui.'iy if thiil m:1 of the ithan Allen lurui t, i-un i- Indian Hock, mis one nf the I ii it ps l Hope i l.uv e lo lltirllnst'.n. 11 condition ninile by Mr, Van Pat t 1 1 in his gilt of this beautiful spot tn I i socle tv ,vus Uki I th-y should tnke t is wlthnu' delay to erect on hull in ) k i menu rlil tov. er to Vermont's I it heio, (ien. Kihrn Allen. The t et w.i token up by th" Society ,i1 t nettlm? will; Htint e utlUfi.lMH md I seems lo be no doubt whatever t1 it the funds nocossai v for tbl- pur- will b' secured nt mi i ii h ib'le the hope of tl'.i Miel.lv tll.it til'! V vei in 1 ere'ied In I he spring .ml ' 'i i. .t In liui' 1 i l d up the pb lis r w 111 be I i 1 'I t ilR ee. bril ' 1 1 I ' i t w t h r i e i r i 'H s eie-'iit her " V uir I III' h "Tl ' 1 in ' w n , lie - tluil it uiiiy be ,., .lull If this is in ( sl'lli nl .1 Bli'ill ei uni Inib pond- -Hie tl .11 til'' l'"n e ll 1 iii',t,IV nf tin. i -w I- .mil ii Isn ii ii I'. in 'it ll'iliiiu t .'N ! SKETCH OF PROPOSED TOWER 'I In dMcti fnr the towrr. it will In n ii i.it'v oi'in t an 1 1 Pi oi a polo IV llltlllK ,i,i The .im a linn ii .T'lii l , l.tf ' .rail IOIW ill- fa feel it "ouai- ijt lb' base and -o( 1 . ii.M l -. w pail, tin l.aitl, in. nil. ili ieout;h so Mm; Ha. top I aub ii slz.- villi th 1 .is... i is ire to be bmlt of strain w hi. h will I ll I' o irin I i.i .ir the .pot as -h i., is an r lliit opportunity to nbtn-n u tigs.. I 0' iioposid slie This will obviate i i-,piti r for malcii.l or n,r trins-r"r- tun The stone is il ih' ainn 1'iar.i't r as what is known as Mail.. its l.i ni.iiblr. le'lim veiy slnillai lo that .ln. h h.i hi en iiuarried lor ilw last Jcnr or two on tho property of Mis. A It K m; I -nd Tin be iuu of the pinposrd loiaiion It- will known bv all who bavi lslti Jti-li. n Hock. 1 l at an elevation of lif'.rlv .'milt and aftni'd' a niesl ixlen rive vlt w In all directions. luunedi.itely In fiom streulies a tlat plain MenillnM to 'Im lake shore. The view of the lake rt ads inn,, siilit itoek Mnuiitiiiii on the ,-iait'i to the north as fur as eyn ill rail). I hum kIvIdk the entile rani. of the Adirondack .Mountains on too vest and all nf the towns iiIouk the lake fhoro from Kssei. to l-laltsburah, To lb. r.orth i .in be feen Malletts Ray and the rniirf-e of llr Wlnooshl ilver, Kroni the fop of the tower the whole (Irceri Mouii lain imiikp will be plai'ily vlmhic with til the valley lying betweci. ihe Ink mid th mountain. The natural plctui fsciucncss of tho location Is enhance d by tho mused rocks which cunipilM! thn Muff and which t-ive a wlldt'e.s to the vhule seepe which one would hardlj . j.i.e t to I'll el so near the city. Th history of the Kthun Allen faim Is one of mil h Interest, Kufnro tilt ', i inu t-f tic Hi-voli-tioii II was owiwd by u M'lltnill torj who on nrcuutit of Ids loviltv 'i (Iroil lirlieiii or peril ips wi l-hruld s tj his d 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 v to In 1 1n it tmlno Siato ut Yvrnioutt was forced to lento the country, Ills estate wn suhsepietitly ."oun.K'iitcd by t h- Stiite. of Wrii" nt and the property liii'Hil over tn (he land eniiinilssio,rr of the Si it"-. !'.v lit 111 b was .""Id to rieti. Ktliun Ail.li llllrl In Vis llvltIS Uplitl It lit tl.i t'ii.1 of his death In ITSf. The larni then no. ennie the property of ilov. Van N.-s- n- d was known n the iin Ncus I'nrin fur half a century. Aft-r p.iidnir ilinuuh other hinds l became the propeily nt Mr. Alfred X l iooWcs hi 1x2 mid el hi? le.uli In Is7 It wept by his will in his son ('nl. 1 Inner ,1, Hrookos. In 1P0J Mr, 'iiii r.ititn purchased ll of Col Urnokes I ntnl Inter translet red it lo hi ikiURbli:-, Ml. A. 1. Illllho-'s, who Is pu-sont I OWIIIT, With the oxeeplion of llldl.Ml li'ick .ind th" put t aloi g the hiK'.iv.iiv inn Hi nt iiiiiian uoeu. whirl .Mr. Vim ', I'.ilttn leserved. About one liilf of t lit? ' fiitii. l tipnii the Interval iind other IimI; i upon the hither kind Ironi v.nlch rl-cv t'U' bluff known as Indian Ho.k .md the Ibrldj-- m th" lint tli. eompt Isinir Ir. all 'about tliiee hundred acres. Mr, V.ir. jruiteii has r-'ii"itl purchased mine ten ml twelv acres to tin- poith which jeiirle.s the property to th" bank.-- nf the. innoskl liver at a place It wll' be 'veiy easy tn roi'strurt a rn.ld ! if 'ii-.-'i. ! lb.it If tin. ptnpi'ity in ever "I polilic p.itl;. which it ceitnmlv shi.i.ld be U will be easy hi hu,o f,.t, jeef" to the rlvi'i' troni the pmU The view nun th.- ninth end of the MdRc, known as the Xorlh l'lnifcirlo is i.ihO oto of Rre.lt beauty. H is qui-., dlffeiont l rum the view at Indian Unu ovi'rlooldiu; as it docs the Winonm liver in nearly al! its eourse ot nearly ten miles from Winno-ld to the lak-, Tho windings of It reminds one cry fitronfly of the river 1'ortli In Siollaud as seen trom Sttrltntr f'nstln or from Abby tV,ii7. on whi'h is Minuted llio i elebrateil Scottish N'alional monument to on- of their Krcat heroes. Sir. William Wnlloic The proposd memorial tower will be epiito llko the Wallace- monument and it is situated very slinllarlv. We trusl that the pi oplo of HurlinKtoii will fully apiiriclale the ncijon of tne society of thi Sons of the American :tev opilion in this matter and -o far as they may called upon to do so will a'.l ihe prob'ct In everv way It vlll ciitaii'. Iv be the niost notable addition that hrt been made for somo time to the at tractlvu featuro.-i of what we deliKht to hear rilled "beautiful Hurllnnteui." Sonin ol the best jutlKcs of natural fci in-iy have ile.-iared the lew frn-u Indian Hock and front the North Pinnacle to In perhaps the to llncst views in the State, jt will contribute, very much to tho best Interests of Uurllngton lo havn this opportunity to tako visitors to such n plnco nnd show them the wonderful be'.iuty of our city and Its surroundings, It should bo noted in tloslnr t'int the name, Indian nock, 1ms been ivnn to Ibis spot by reason of the legend which Is said to be well established that It was the point of outlook for the Indians lor loni! nx pa beforii tlm whitu man nine; lutei this country. Th Indians ot iho t'onncctliiul valley weio wont tn make- Hiinual foiayi Inlc the e'liauiplaiu valley They cam up the ('hiiiii rllcut ilver and crosshii? over mine down Ihu valley of tho Wluuonkl, aink wbtm uvr this spot would disembark nnd pitch It Is rtrlitlnty to bo hoped that every tnoir nitnps ntnl then send (heir scouts Member of Hie snMety of tlir Son I" the toil of Inillnn Hook to keep nn out-'of the Ataeie an Involution will take 1111 'ook fm miy tdpps of their enemies. 1 1 , inlerest".'' In this mutter as. it will i Is believed thnt the very nlil grove of the fltft off it I thai they hive made in chestnut Ireeii, which Is lornte-d on tho' murk In nn adequate and notable way I'.lhfin .Mien f.irin. whirl; Is Hie only onolimv historic all" In ihe Stale, 5 ml I ETHAN jSfl ' INDIAN ROCK 1 nnwn in this section of the S-'tatf, uu doul tedly, sprnntr from scattered nut:' broiiRht thTe by th" Indian? on th'se annual foiays' as part of their fo'ul : iiiplies. This lesrud adi! much Interest tn Ill" niiilt. Another matter of much Interest to t'.ir.t section of our people who are Inlet es'ed in botany Is the extensive nrd uaiwuai flni.i lo he found there A 'rry larj;'! vailely of trees ar.d shrubs urow upon th" propeily mid alsv an extensive variety of tlu1 I'.ltHe will fonr! in i ludi'lf s inie rare orchids. There ate lUo a numb-!- of very iutet ostium Ur;i- in illlillm' the rat" walking- leiu. The imp show u .".beve Unatrs veiy .o'cur.it"ly t lie position of lnolan lco. it and also the ro.-d which Mr. '..in Patter ! bavin'? laid out thioush the propeily . nd extuidliiR' to the binik of the nvi r. NEW YORK FASHION LETTER l-nrls lleinaiiils 1-latn Topped t.lrls fur 'I'nllorrd Cnntmueji -nf t Mnterliiln. New York. Nov, '.'! The latest i--ues of the l'arls Fashion .loutnal state that the smartest cieators of mpdes ii- beijlnnlni; to use th- perfectly plain-topped skirt for tailored cos tumes, a dart o:- two over each hip, but no folds, tucks or plaits nppearinK. Many of these skirts show a nored full ness instead of plait from the hips down. Some of them are tripped by tiuht nr seml-flttlne jackets, with ha.viue skirts, perhaps tbiee Inches deep forming Rodet plaits at the hack, but plain over the hips, with rounded and Hat corners in the front. A vclv-t collar and lai'Ke buttons are Hie ox tent of the trlmmliiK- used. Mos nf I lie bodices are now fine sttu. led o- cr a tilted lining. Many of tin- beautiful new- frocks in soft silks and cn-pes for afternoon and eveuiui; wear bavo various sorts of yokes in lace nr enibroldei y, nr other ornamental trimming, and the silk of th" bodice proper is disposed in M.ft close folds net oss the front and back, the bodice fasteniiiK lu the back. The lilted lining onils in the fiout In a sli.up point some thiee ini'lics below the waistline and curves up shut ply to tin; waistline al the hips, coiuhiK only sutf iclently below the waistline at tho sides and baik to cover the skirt band, as this style of bodice ii-qiiiros no uiidle. belntr worn over the skirt. Iho shiri id Mlk fm mini: its own llnish. Tin: material is usually plaited Into ihe side seams of the lining in the .sunt tipwat d-ttirniiiK plaits and it is then drawn closely across the front, with one or two hirrs down the centre front to hold the folds In place. In thn back two shirrs aie placed on e.ich side of the centie opening. The linins and the bitted b.ictt are hooked separately. Tho -eces form blp; full puffs to the. el bows, where they are Mulshed with 'ace fi.llls or mitalue cuffs of lace; the bin putfs are often made lo stand out, when the silk is --oft, b narrow pieces of tucked cilnoline inserted in their tops. The sMrls poinc with these bodices aie usually cut in such soriiiii effects that they ure veiy full at the bottom, and the top Is hlricd (or two ar thiee ine his below tin wab-tline, !.ometmi s all around, sorietitnes a ne or six inch plain space l Inn loft directly in the liont, Tills shirring is very sunt, so that Hie size abeitjt the hips is not In- i teased lo anv appreciable extent, al though 'llll. Iiariow-liippeil (inures nia Ii. Iinpion-.l I., bavin" more fulhii-Ks 1 1 1 ii hi t Uu top lo Hhiir in l.liiKerie blouses aie in he worn the winter tliroiiHh with tailored coats and r LANDERS,FhAHY tV (LsJU&WA H Ti I MAKES CARVING A PLEASURE Tj ffinf Hagar Brothers, JUMB BURLINGTON, VT. Tho DaiiFh'ei- of the Ueoluilon liave leeu very active In this way, having nt J ready pl.if.l a brniire tablet upon the tork by tin loariway m.irklm; the rite as beins Mi-- tesldeme i,r Ktjmn Aibn at the time oi' his dea'li whlrli u-'Cuireil near that ypot Ih5- denih. it will be re- menihen d, w.i. :t!i.i i bv a strobe of anoploNy who b t nme while he was ilnvlnc a I" id et hay in town, He fell from th was on ai d v.as found dead by the side M tl, -.'iiaijw a . It fs () !. hiipe.i ihnt in the near tuture the ismlingtoii Tiactiiei ctnipariy Will sei. pi lo ' xt'-ni the eleii in. 1 a I'tr a Ibis pi .ce so that the hundred of ; people tin will dciie to visit the sunt 'can leadlly do so. It will l-e th- nio: , attractive pleasure around that IJurlti ct .ton could no -dhlc pos-v nnd insy ,iru s ; wn ild bo of very mcrir advantage, skirts. Tl.ej .it. t"i'ly Indispensable, for thev are thin. t.ikuiK up nri room, ai d whet, n.ii-- J w.i'ir nd a hot iron le.-tote them to an immaculate condi tion. They .ire. howevi r, as ex pensive as the more elaborate silk and i i epo bodices, as a sreater nnnib'r of Hum arc lequiri'd: but they are always i "-h and M"dl"si, and thus dellcbt tic diiinty woman, lu cut thejv ate .ilniosi t:iesinill"s of those woin durlnsr Ihe iitntiei. kvh Hint heavier laces -ite ii-tl. luny, miipure apel the lately rev i veil i repon liclng fanr- Ites. Tl'.CSl' Uiees .Ue l a tlier than la nppi i of thi-.se. irmc- the , a I'ly . niiii'oiil. if .1 pbnnells stitch. One 'd as insertions . and in man" . " is a so elubor tl.ir.il design in - 'll blouse lias Its d acio the front crepoti tire eni'ilnid III chrysantlieniutiiK I "or si verely plan ' ilor.il coats and shirts for moioincr - vir i lie smartest blnu-.es ate the pi,,.-, nr aAiot plain, Ilta n Htr.iu? All "f the 'mart simps eairv the the nnd euatse linen a-id b.ltist linceiie liio'ISe s this Se.lvon. The sdk-warn Henri' it i cloth has been .cen lately made up in tiioelisli owr,s for afternoon we.ir ! h.i-- 1 io lustio 0f silk, lb-' warmth nf wool and much body, while, it diaries lu pra I'd lo'ds. AlthoiiKh the oatei -.kiits of soft nia-t-'iiabi tills s'e.i-oa aie ..luminous around Ihe feet, the foundation skills rile- not over Mure or 'iree .md a half ards ai'.iund. the In Item ,"uii stiffened with j 1 ti te - cord-. Ihu.- k.e,inC the -kill of I the eoslinue froni winding arouiul tlm lankles; tlm cMt.bini! of the out-r s,ht to tins foundation ..i ituetval of tlvo i or six in, lies, hy t i i v stilps of tap., or J ribbon an Inch and .i bulf Ions?, keeps j tile mills lu their pile e, I HSTKI-lei: ( I.AIHKMONT. I en thousand demon- gnawing awav at ones- vitals cotibln t be much worse than the tortures of it MnR piles. Yet llnfie's euro. Pndn' Ointment never tails. I'OINTWO PAHAi'iHAI-HS. To pinlVer a small sum a a bribe is an insult. fwappliig horses Ik nn,. kind of a Slce'U exchange. Somehow one's pnm ,p,y )s nsinilly too plain to be atlia. tne A small cottage here oi, riulh Is bet t -i iliaii a cn"te in the ,,1, Most men would inlier have half a lo.il ihati no chance to n,,f, l Some men are stupider than they lord, and sotiu- look stupld.r than they aie. Kl-'plomania Is a diseas" for which Ihe vicilms an- ahv iys taking sonic, thing. If a woman kreps h.i husband In hoi water he iv.uy retnllnie in soaking her. It's easii-i for n woiu.in in In love a man titan it is lor her io agree vvlth another woman. No girl cures to h.u. ., ,,, adinlt ih.U she is the nnly ;.it he e,.r loved pl itonli alh Many a Mmng mail U... so t propei.se for Hie reason that he is afraid the girl will say ' yes.' -I'hH.ign News, THE ZTiQLlSll CWD SCOTCH WOOLENS in our custom work depart, ment have been made up and trimmed with our own high grade innings and fittings. They are made up on the strictest New York models and we offer them without hesitation to the most critical trade in Vermont. The price of course is but a fraction of what these same goods brought when made to special measures, A letter to us will bring you any garment you would like to see. Whether the order comes by mail or is personal your money back if you want it. Tease 's, City Hall Square- South. Burlington, Vt. ti:k hyi:-hyk ClIAin. Hy flolman Day. The reign o' dud Is the dusky tcifjn; mollier may bold the ihione All the day. tei away, daddy conies in to his own. Oho, then, crown o' the tasselcd cap, robe o' the dressing gown! fm king at nlfrht by honest rlsrlit, llioitKh a slave to his trade; down-town. V."hn t news is this by Courier Cat? One inarching to destroy'.' Invasion led by one o'rank by Hnipcior Hilly-boy? Apalii 'tis proved my Ulncly crown i parlour thing to near. Hoie's sler and sea linn, rout and s.ii'k of I'oitress H.i oii-iir. ; And now. retreat! Mv kutgly nisei The sola -Itail'd. What? Mined I en.-atl,'.- Then up. wh.l"! II. m'' Tri kliiRly hole'- fan well: Hold, i") bombarding en.-) Ion host. I yield lo puissant Hill. The victor's ternn? Nor harsh aie they: .1 kiss, a tnss or two. My tvrant. thee I qlaeily yb'ld to such a lore! as you. Now. e'rib! What, no? Your mnther" arms? I -jr. nit th" boon with joy. Ho, itp the stair! Mood queen, pr-'paie; Here's Hmperor Hilly-boy. Mav I sit down In Slumber-town and lis- r-n to the tune-- That mother voice in cadence soft .mil tender accents croons? I.et me sit down In this dear realm whose throne i built so fair The tin one no man may e'er dispute a mother's H,e-Hye Chair. I m linngtv Uu the epiaint old songs, old i lullabies, my eb.-r! Th Now is dim. the Then 'nlnos clear as i am list'ninc bete. I fee the clasp of mother lound in" In the' gloom I se.-iu to hear another oii-i hallowed room. The thrill ol rild-tlni inrlodi mystic sound. The sanctity of old-tllie love aims I'ljnio within this is in that etli ine i omul The world nt times has be it inc had battles 1 h:ive tought. Not always has the god .ucc"s- touched tatks in which I wrought. I'll'l -ill lias I'oitune dealt a blow in stead of bi nl to ble-s. -Viol hen i la die follownl close upon tho hels n lu piiiiu s. Hut nttrn when a solium song of woo mv lieait intoniil. And oll.n when the spirit writhed and all my ualnte moaned. Thep stole rctialn that oltcned jiain, not phrased l- iiioj'idl tongue. Hut lntn of ni' ir.'i.is old and sweet the peings my mother sung ! When in tin- dusk lie held Hie close and i genll.v stinkid niy hail And bore me with lu r down to sleep in I that old Hyi -Hye ' 'bah' My boyhood's friend went wrnitg to-day. J the same nld (.!.-'. dial' Te'iuptatlon, vli-ldlng. sin md till And) thoughtless vvoi'ldiiujs - r' Hut I who -it ln-c '.v ""!' 'ide and' hear yon sine lo-ioybi. And gaze behind me on th- venrs with love ttul I.. lib alight. j I do no' pride .nv f'-Ii'i'log fe: upon t'n ' rae e liev 'v e i ,nte. I '.tit scinch 1 1 1 biail mil Mess ilic pari ill it inotliei lie. b..s il ivei. I know lie larked tin- mother hHiids that fondly press and mold. I know lie l.iekr.I the mother mile that turns lite diosc in gold: And at the cross-roads win to the track-, of light and wrong are dim There was no shilling mother light to point the way to him. The callous cynics of tbf world ga;e sm ny what Is done. Hut I i an measure life by love of mother In her sou; And liod, who knows the human heart. has pieicy. dear, to sp ire Tn ban whose soul-sti engtli was not wop In mothri's Hyc-Hye t'h.ilr. Sleep, little bov-iiiv Illll.V-lioy' The Wmld Is Just oiltsidf-. It do.M not fight the pillow fight; 'lis. stem in wrath and price. Its blows ate blows that shiver slirngth,- It smiles to see a fall. It does nol pity bile tears nor heed a oi ,iv en's call. Yi t vi' lory is nol lo hlni who wantonly gives pnlu, Who wrests their weapons fiom the weak and tramples on the slain. I'or chivalry, II Is not dead, nor honor but a name, And bitter scoin be meed of him who brings Ids mother lmuie. Yet he who, harktnc back lo youth, goes forth and nobly tries To color life to match the llcltl that shines from mother's ej c. And be who with bis earnest faith his after life ut tunes To those old songs of honeit Ihe his mother softly croons. May walk adovvu the ways of Life, and in his dully prayer Thank Clod thnt all his besl was hern lu lint old Tic-rtye rhair. renivnu" fur I'leccmber. NATU'ltn 18 A iiHKAT PP.OVJDIJr.. Mr. Hrown Shall we have lo hny new woolen underwear for all of the lio.vs this Mis. HroVMi No, dear. Yours hive shrunk Mi they Just lit .loir.. John's sbunk so thev Ju-t lit Jltmny. .Ilinmy's ahrunk In lit Willie, and Willie' urn Jul hiiiik on Hie baby, Volt arc the only one lliat iii-iils new oneij" let I nit Tree I'm, BURLINGTON SAVINGS BANK INCORPORATED 1847. Deposits July 1, 1904 $9,174,988.70. Surplus 542,613.50. Total Assets 59,717,602.26 TRUSTEES. nv. p. mi int. vii, i, win iim:, iin.viiv iiu:i:m:. iiiimiv ywii.i.s ,i. i,. nAiisinw. i'. w. n.tiiii, U.nilHT i. WHI'lTIIMOUi:, lleptjslio made dm lug the tltst four biislncn.s dayi of the month draw In terest fiom the first. If made nfteMvnid Interest will uommotico the first of the following month. Inteient will be credited to depository January I and July 1, compound"' twice a yenr. There me no stockholder in tlilx bank. All eatnlnus. leps ex -Petises, hi-lnmr to depositors. Th-- i.il- of interest drpeudx upon tho earon but the law lire tho late that any savings liank 111 the State cm pay at u i to exceed thtee mid one-half per cent, per annum, until Its' surplus nut he n per cent, of Its deposits when a speclnl diiiilend K piiMdd for. All luxe in tills Stati ale paid bv (he bank nn depn.ifi of tu.rtftO nr V Depoiilt are reclved In sums from 51 to JS.anfi. nod no mieret will b- p.ud n any sum In excess nf tills ninoiiut, evci pi on deposits b.v w-IiIowf, orphan' d mlillstrators, ereoutots, runrdlaiis. r heritable, or ri llslotls institution - n trust funds deposited by order 01 Ine mutt N'o money loaned to anv officer or iruste. of Hie bank. rilAttliKS V. XMITir. ITenlHint. ITIf.nr.ttK Iv W. VAH1), I'reiK. I!, f. IMIX.VI, Apil(nn Treusurer. i , i I When You Get Ready To open a checking account or make a change, it won't do any harm to see us and talk it over; it may do us both some good. Here's the main point It's a desirable thing to be well connected. Prompt accurate service is the rule with us, We don't keep you waiting. You can see us at any time and we are glad to see you. Burlington Trust Co City Hall Square North. WATKK SL'PT'I.Y OF HIVKP.S. VKItMONT (I'rom the Hrattleboto Reformer.) , bulletin Issued hy the t'nlterl States ; geological nuivrv deciibes the work, jdnd the valui of the work, which is being elone in Vermont by the, hyelroM'aphic brunch of tint service. 1'i.igin? stations have been established al various point" on the rivers tributary P. i . ("hainplain and trom there the lrn 1 1 i.i ' area, hisln storage, amoui.t of 'water ilowttig In stream and its varia jtioli. ri"e estiinateel. The 'atier item i of great value In de'ei luliilng iho amount, of water avail able al cettaln points for municipal water Hiipplv and water power purposes. If continued long enough to cover 'b .iriet- of season oceining Irotu year i f(l y,.,,,., these ohservallons afford a safe ii,, nr ,hrs .., ne .,ier wbleb water mav b" eNpecled In the streams .Uu in? wet or dty timo. The variation of the water supply in the streams of the State, studied in con- Ineclioi with fnrestrj. fntms an Interest- insr tl-'ld for investigation and one which may rev--i fjets vital to tin tuture welfare of th- Statt. Tlii work has been established by the federal survev. nut nn effoit to secure an appropriation for Its continuation from the present I .ciislattll'o lui Peru lTuide, in which ens- the amount would be (llupli"lted by the geological sill V ey To this demand, as to manv others as j wortliv and useful. Vermont s legisla-nromp.iss-j,or!1 ,,,,,,,( n,ai(. ,Ppj Wt, tw pro.or- lion between her lesources anu the tall '"imade upon them iudicii lly in tnitid. Wi f must advance rs fast as polh- in alii lincs of good work, liut in v.evv ot tic limited means at our- ronvu md. flue d,s. crimination '.houlel be i.ed in our - x-' i iiendlttii cs. If it alwavs v.-er. we might! ;be better able to r-o-op"! a tc in work ofi I till" klnel and In the advan. einrnt vaileiu other interests of the State " J lil jou bleak the pews llie-r" "Y''S, inrti'ed. It sot ,i fellow -vho 'ir i tors to do 11 for me." CURTIS & SBDERQUIST ; Bankers and Brokers Mcmivrs 1 1 Cons Stock Exchange j ("ir M.itk-t l.'-itei foi vvek, co: laining fails th gnnllns I'oloradn Hrooktvii inaded lie the Sltll.ltloi l'i;e. Urie a i I Hap d Trai-Mi upon jpplh at n a 19 Congress St. Boiton S3 Broadway New York Fm' I'onils in MISSOURI ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY AMI TEXAS ThimiRh I'ars rrom Pt. l.ouls and Kansas t'ity and fiom New York to Memphis lint. S. Ray. (!. K. P. A. 101 Hloadway, N'UVV YORK. B. Snyder. A. Hilton, P. T. M O. P. A. SAINT LOlIri PlKlire oi siirjar pel' t'n- titlntm Kill ll with lii I ii i in Spoilt aUnii' is ono.Ioui th tuoi'.- s,!p '-hn t-ovi" i v I lit - i .1 nnd Know and ul) the sap of u belter ipialuv is i , d -,n " - i e MiiN ll ueM Villi I 'III no risk w c unai'a v tec t'tc u m G. H. GRIMM, Itiilliiuil, M., nuiI .Hiuilrrnl, 1-, !(., wji w. THE Howard National Bank, Corner Church and College Streets Capital - - Surplus aol Profits $300,001 $100,003 Safe Deposit Boxes to rent at reasonable rates. H. T RUTTER, Cashier. .l.ilPSKiS THE HOnE SAVINGS BANK HAS MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY. 115 ST. PAUL ST. Burlington, Vt. WINOOSK! Savings Bank i loin .ii ,.i".ul nunahtfiiKnt lias :in iikl w.i,. ions trom any loan i...ule dur nc the list twenty mmis. IJeposits made ditlr? the li.s' tne da;i of am inoiith w 11 draw Inteirst trom tb first dm i.T that moiuh. IJepo-n. mada nftcr ti.e null day ot any mouto wi.i drair Inter-.-l trom the liiut da) of tlm next month. Interest Is credited deposit a- Jan. 1st and July 1st, compounding em, -annually. The rate of intercut paid depositors by mil savings hanks lu this State is limited by law to tlneo and one-hali per cent, until its sin plus amounts to I" i rr cent. J of Its deposits, wnn an i.li.i o iik-ud l to be made No Interest is allowed by law to be pr'd I on deooslts In excess of two thourand dol lars except it be on deposlti widovi. nrphaus. administrators, execul us, gTjar- l dlans, ch'irltahlo or rellgbiiis i'lstdutions. j or on trust funds deposited t,y older ot court. Th bink pays nil tnxe In this ptale on Weposlts of two thousand dollars or )es. VCHMOT LOANS MfMCITUD. rieposlts, jima SO. 1304. . . .l,0HO,m,1 Surplus 7.s.so.'Jvi Deposits ami surplus ji,t0ti,sl.8 ' orKICi;HS-S. II. Weston, President; J. 11. Small, 1st Vice-President, ti. Hie ' wood, '.'nd Vice-rresldent; Ornvond Cole, , Treasurer. I THUSTKES-S. IT. Weston, J. B. hmnll. oamuei iiigwoon, i Mower, urraonn Cole, O. P. Hay, U. H. Ehlpman. It. J. White. Postal Scales -AT- The Free Press Association. MAPLE SUGAR MAKERS! I In- a..iKc loss p. i vc.ir oi ..pe pi in d tteo from tin- noes votl liavo tuppe I 1 so Spoilt and Cover and stop thin loss i'i