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STATE CATTLE COMMISSIONER
Ask the Woman who uses one
J. Ed. Walbridge, Bennington
Ask the Woman who uses one
JAMES S. SILK
Contractor and Builder
Office and Workshop :
132 West Main Street
GEO F. DONNELLY
ENDING DAYS IN ALMSHOUSE
DEATH RESULTS FROM GAME
Davit Makes Several Recommen
dations in Annual Report
The report of F. h. Davis, state cat
tle commissioner, has been made pub
lic ami covers the period' from Sep
tember 1, 10US to June 30, 1910. Iur
ing that time 41,327 cattle were test
ed and 4,o7ti were condemned and
killed after the test. Owners of ani
mals condemned and slaughtered re
ceived $ 1 02.4fi5.33 and other expenses
brought the amount paid out up to
$K!X,1)2.2:. The Bum of $7,S41.T5
was received from the Turlington
Rendering company and J.I from the
sale of tuberculin, leaving the net
cost to Vermont for the 22 months?
covered by the rejiort, $1J0,2"5.54.
Mr. Davis makes several recommen
datlons among them the organization
of the veti'iiiiaries of the state and
that the state emtdoy only qualified
veterinaries; that cattle owners
should be ob'iged to buy only 'tested
animals after once having their own
herd tested, and that the rendering
plant Is the proper place to have dis
eased cattle disposed of.
He also expressed the hope that
he shall live to seo all animals slaugh
tered for food slaughtered under the
same inspection, and suggests that a
law to that effect would mean much
for the health of the people of Ver
mont. Ho thinks that the allowing
of tuberculous cattle to bo shipped to
Massachusetts and then holding this
state liable is all wrong and that they
should have the cows tested before
they leave Vermont. Mr. Davis says
Vermont Is the only state which has
this law, and he hopes to see ours re
A Skin cf Beauty Is o Joy Forever.
DR T. Falix Gourtud'i Oriental
Cream or Magical Beautlfler.
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skin prfjt.imiionv" 1" r rata I'f all drueicitt, and Fancy-
hmu Dialvn it. the t utttii Mate. Ciul ud Europe,
fEHO. T.HQPliHi, Prep 37 Great ha Street InrTork.
Charles Truesdell, Formerly En- Cornell Freshman Player Victim
tertained Great Men i Supposed Internal Injuries
VIOLIN AND MANDOLIN
600 Wain St. BBininaai.il.
73g gw&k tmss $ra pp9i j
Hm Viiy jx yjjj,y vuy mli yuy ;3
wll cost you NO HO RE to
insure your property in a 3
J flrand Rapids, Mich. Oct. 29 From
hostess In the days of her youth to
the Prince of Wales, later King Ed
ward VII, to an inmate of the Kent
County Poorhouse, in which she cel
ebrated her one hundred and fifth
! birthday anniversary Wednesday, Is a
'.part of the life history of Mrs. Clar
issa Truesdell, one of the belles of
the days of Ijafayette. She Is the
ouiesi person in uniuu rtapius.
Mrs. Truesdell at one time possess
ed a fortune, but It was lost during
thn Plvll w.'ir nnrl ns the venrn went
w.r hiKUnii ii th, nn . ' garding the cast
beautiful and wealthy woman who He said the boy was injured or. he
had danced with General Lafayette, I practice bit Irnnmge but he
entertained Henry Clay, Daniel Web- lending physician did not think the
. i, i i ,...!., !.-,.,..... i initirv dangerous, oung Paine went
r i l , tiruiit ijiiiii, lAiiim iwpduiii aim ( , . . ,
others of the great and near-great. It0 H'nrmarj 'that evening but left
was forced to live on the bounty of le day. On the 21st, complain
her niece, Mrs. Edward White of this B 11 orp s'd" and chest he re
city. Her helplessness however as turned to the Infirmary, but left aga n
old age came upon her became so l'" t1"' 22nd, and took a two-mile walk
.rr,...t thnt Hr whito u-w nn-.t.io tn . " Sunday. Tuesday he came back
W with millions of surplus ready
M for any emergency than it will j
& in small cheap concerns that you
fa will have to sue if vou have a loss. e
a HADDICAM 1 MADTHM X
Ithaca, Oct. 2'. L. H. Paine of Du
luth, Minn., acting captain of the Cor
nell freshman football team, died at
the Cornell infirmary at Ithaca, N. Y.
Thursday night from supposed inter
nal injuries received while playing
football Thursday night. President
Sehurman notified Franklin Paine of
Duluth of his sons" death, extending
the sympathy of the university. Sub
seuuently he Issued a statement re-
VALUABLE WREATH STOLEN
care for her.
f en ' n'arrmam
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If you want GOOD COAL buy at Tuttlc's
The best is the only kind we handle.
HENRY M. TUTTLE CO.,
Successor to J. H. LOR1NG & CO.
TO COMB THE KAISER
Threatening Letter Sent to German
Hrusfc!;-, Oct. 29. The extraordin
ary precautions taken last night to
prtect Emperor William and Empress
Auguste Victoria, when they left the
city at 11 o'clock for Merlin were ex
plained yesterday when the police an
nounced that a letter threatening His
Majesty had been received at the roy
The communication was signed by
a militant Hnissels anarchist . and
"Since no one has had the courage
to blow up the Herman autocrat, I
have decided to throw a bomb."
Efforts of the authorities to arrest
the writer were fruitless, and accord
ingly unusual steps were taken to
guard against any untoward Incident.
A-1 of the windows of the houses
overlooking the streets through
which the royal patty passed from
the palace to the railway station
were ordered closed temporarily and
Hie station itself was packed with
troops. The railway line for a con
siderate distant e out of the city was
Burglars Secure a Highly Valuable
Exhibit in the Art Museum
Pittsfield, Oct. 29. The Berkshire
museum of natural history and art
was entered Wednesday night and a
Greek wreath and several Masonic
and political badges were taken. En
trance is believed to have been gain
ed through a window that had been
left unlocked. The plate glass in the
cases In which the stolen articles had
been exhibited was broken open. The
wreath was exceedingly valuable as
an exhibit, being one of three in this
The others are located in New
York and Ualtltnore, Md. The bad
ges which were taken, will be of lit
tie value'-to the thieves, but it will
be 'a difficult matter for the museum
to replace them. The break was not
discovered until Thursday morning,
nnd the police we're unable to get
clew. The various collectors of bad
ges will be notified of the break and
a description will he furnished of the
stolen property so that the thieves
to the Infirmary with marked pain
along his right side and an intense
headache. The pain yielded to treat
ment nnd the surgeons thought him , may be apprehended If they attempt
out of danger until late Thursday, , to dispose of the stolen goods. With
when he became worse and gradually the exception of the solid gold wreath
sank until death occurred during the they will be of no use to any one but
night. a collector of such articles.
We Employ No Agents
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V-C-V. ' . . 'vl
Therefore you save their
commission by buying your
ccm Jtcrv work, of
C. M. LAMBERT
We also sell Sand, Lime,
Cement, etc., and build Con
crete Curb, Gutters, Steps,
Sidewalks, etc., at rock bot
tom'priccs. flflO School St.
p. (irmti d hrltOol, lt.-ti iitncloii. Vt
S. BOLTON'S, SONS'
HOME BREWED ALE AND PORTER
on draught at John Proud's !Ed. ISausvillc's and Put
nam House. Our ale als'olmaybe had in bottles
Cat S. F. Woods.
Little Hald Sp ct
Men Be Sensible, Don't Let It Grow
If you nro beginning to worry about
that spot right on the top of your
head, where the hair Is thin or has
Don't worry any longer. .
Co to W. L. Gokay'a at once and
get a r.0 cent bottle of Parisian Sage.
If that won't check the falling hair,
and e;inse new hair to grow, nothing
on this earth will.
Dandruff causes hair to fall anO
baldness; dandruff germs cause dan
druff. Parisian Saco kills the germs; erad
Icates dandruff; stops falling hair and
itching scalp, or money back at V.
I j. (lokay's.
It will cause the hair to grow if
the hair root bo not dead.
It causes the hair to grow thicker,
more luxuriant and puts so much
new life Into It that It grows lustrous
The girl with the Auburn hair on
every package, fif) cents at W. U Co-
kay's nnd druggists everywhere. Mall
orders filled by American makers,
The r.iroux Mfg. Co.. Puffalo. N. Y.
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HEW HOTEL ALBERT
Eleventh St. and University Plaa
NEW YORK CI
Otis llliwk Wottot liroudwsy
Tlie enly iilwilntcly tniNlern fire-proof
nmlrtil holi'l Ix'ldw iHil Stni't, I.ih'iH Inn
cent nil. yit quiet. 4iltriMiin with ltli
rixim $l.di ix'rilny ii nnlf. lint nnd coM
Kxii'lU-nt ntiuimnt anil enfo sttuclicd
SpikI for f rrr Tllnat rntol f;ulil nnd
tn of Nrw in k ( My.
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A CLYDE FITCH FARCE
CEO. C. WOOD
! Wood's Orchestra
HeDotngion (Ai Hand
Manchetiier Union Used
KACHfROF VIOLIN 4lANOCl.lft
4ddress IS5 Bcflool BL i kuns 47-1
"The Blue Mouse" at the Bennington
Few farces have contained as many
natural complications as Is said to
he the case In "The IMue Mouse,"
Clyde Fitch's latest farce which K. J.
Carpenter will offer hero for the flrHt
time next Tuesday evening, Novem
ber 1st at the ltennlngtou opera
house. The farce has met with lm-
'mense success in Ormany, where It
has run for over a year. It has also
met with favor in Franco, Austria,
Sweden and Denmark. When produc
ed In New York tho metropolitan
critics recognized the merits of tho
piece nnd accordingly tho criticisms
:wero unanimous In their praise.
Pnulette Divine, a Salome dancer,
known ns "The Itluo Mouse." con
sents to net as tho wife or Rolled,
secretary to the president of tho In
terstate railroad. This he does In
order to hnve tho Itogus Mrs. Hollett
flirt wlh his superior officer nnd ob
tain from him his promotion from a
clerkship to division supeiliitcndi.iU.
The first flirtation is well begun in
the Hist act when the real Mrs. Hol
li'tt Is caught, by the president, in the
arms of his clerk. Ho mistakes her
for "The I Hue Mouse," so that when
the. real Mrs. Hollett returns to tho
ot'lees of the company a few minutes
later having lied In dismay thn
president, under the Impression that
she Is the dancer, tlirts with her. The
scene Is most amusing. In the midst
of It the president's own wife enters
his private olllce and the complica
tions nro doubled.
Three acts nro required to unravel
tho skeins of tho tangled threads and
before the finish Hollett' father-In-law,
who believes his daughter Is br
ing abused, drops In nnd falls a vic
tim to the real "lilue Mouse's"
charms. So captivated Is he that the
old gentleman from Cohnes, upon
learning that tho "Mouse" Is going to
auction her household effects, offer
to buy them In and gives her a check
for J.lrtno. This his son-in-law hear
ot ns lie Is hiding behind the curtains
during the transaction, and use th
Information as a lever to wrench a
handsome dowry frott "papa."
A Welcome filll
The Jokes of the humoricts atiout the sire
of iltmitrs' bills are very funny, fbut
tliey don't apply here. ; I
Our oustnmnrs have no fault to UnU with
our bills they're always small.
They are paid with pleasure, too. There's
satisfaction in paymir Dins tor me very
Lest work promptly ana careruuy aone.
F. B. NEWTON
For Sale on easyterms
at 427 Main J St. Ac
cessories for same and
needles for all i makes
(By mail 20c per doz.)
Reoa'rin? a specialty. Machines
delivf red for free trial at your home
Give us a call or let us
call on you.
AT GRISWOLD'S STQRE
The Flour that assure
I. E, GIBSON GO.
Grocers and Bakers
f IHWAt 1(1!
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OUR LAUNDRY PLANT
Is amply equipped to handle work
of any kind. Send us the family
washing at least during the hot
weather, and save not alone dis
comfort and bother but money as
WE DO FAMILY WASHING
so well that few who try it ever re
turn to homo washing.
J. II. POWERS, Proprietor
477 Main Street Bennington
Thursdays only- q a. m. to6 p m.