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THE VERMONT PIICENIX BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1903.
FOREST FIRES RAGING. Ruin in the Wooded Sections of New England. Immonsc Tracts Burned Ovcr in Sev eral Countics of Vermont Losscs Will Aggregate Many Mllllons. Forest flri'H. the result of tho long drouth, nre novv spreading dostruc tion tlirmiKh Xova Scotia. New llruns wiU. in CJiK'liPc, northcrn and eastern Malne. aiul to a loss extent nre raKlng in pavts of New Ilninpshlri', Vermont, New York anil Massarhusetts. Dam nse inuitK,Hll)le to estlmate accuratoly, Imt certainly roachlng into niillionsof ilollars, has alieady heon dono, nnrt the dntisrer to many llves and homes gives a tragic east to tho wlde-snread dis aster. The vlllnsos of Shennan and Crstal In Xtaino havo lieon destroyed. The Inhahttanti prohably escaped. Pln s havo lieen reported tho past few das in all sections of Vermont, and thousands of acres, of heavy tiin her Innrt liave been lmnied over. The ;ishcs which havo fallen in llrattle Ixiro in the paat thrre days canie uti dinl)tedly in large liart from tho iire in Danby, whore 2000 neres of the tiat owned by Silas 1,. drilllth havo boon destroyed. About 150 acres woro burned near South Wallingford, iind all the people of the village turned out to fight the fire. which threatencd btiildlnps with destruction. Fires are reported in several of the mountaln ous towns east of Middlebury, and it is foared that the fire will destroy the lireserve of -10,000 acrcs owned by foseph Hattell, which is one of tho llnest tracts of woodland in the state. Several lnmdred nien are flghtlng ilre between Barton and Burke In Orleans county, and the mountains between Westfield and Montgomery are all ablaze. Fires are reported in several other towns in that section. The llames have swept through immense taets of primeaval forest in Essex county, and hundreds of men have given up all work to battle wlth the llames. Worcester mountain in Wash ington county has been bumcd, and also the valuable tlmber land near hanesboro. Slmilar fires are reported in all directions. Firo was burning all around the little hamlet of East Elmore in Lam oille county yesterday, and the people, fearing that the buildlngs would be destroyed, had moved thelr household goods into the pastures. The wlnd carrled the ilaiues from a Hardwick forest to tho buildlngs of Merrill Drew and Albert Goodrlch, which were burned. The "Woodbury Granite com pany suspended operations and sent its 350 men into the woods to fight the fire. The fire department at Morris ville was called out Wednesday to protect the Eagle ledge road. Smoke has settled thickly all ovcr New England, and the conditions have been slmilar, although not so notice able, as during the yellow day of 1SS1, when the great fires were raging in the Adlrondacks. No sorious damage has taken place In Windham county. About 30 cords of wood were burned Wednesday night near West Dummerston, but men who went to the scene with shovels soon put out the fire. The land around Marlboro South pond, whero tho tini ber had been cut off, has been burned The North street tennis club will meet at 8.30 tonight at the home of George L. Dunham. Miss Haggerty, one of tho dlstrict nurses, went today to her home in Con cord, Mass., on a visit. O. O. Ware and family, who havo lived in the Richardson houso on High street during the wlnter, have gone to their home in Wilmington for the summer. W. H. Vinton of Brattleboro, presi dent of the Valley Leasing and Mlnlng company, with E. C. Itobertson of Hinsdale, N. H., left yesterday for Denver, Col., to attend a stockholders' meeting of the company. The Estey Steamer company held thelr annual meeting Monday even Ing for the electlon of Qfflcers. There v was no change In the old board. The report, which had galned currency, that the company would disband, was Vgroundless. The flve-act drama " At the Picket Line " will bo presented in Grange hall two evenings during week after next by Grange Dramatlc club, under the directlon of Strock & Evans, of the Bennett-Moulton company. The first rehearsal -will be held tonight. Mayor Low, of New York. has revoked permlts for street preachlng eranted to Mormon elders. It is sald that it costs $SW In advertls 118 to sell JlOnO worth of patent hreakfast food. and evcn then thero is a good protlt 111 tlic liuslnebs. Somo of the lnsurance companles ln D(nmnrk havo a pollcy which lnsures a mrl aRainst Fplnsterhood. Whon a cirl li.ibj Is horn ?223 can be deposltcd wlth ilie company, and If she Is unmarrlcd at "a -he receives nn annulty ot $23, which ls inc renFOd by $23 every 10 ycars. If she marrles beforo she Is S0 she gots the $225 haok, anrt If sho dles her relatlves nro clcn $25. One Heaven receives us all. IIow swcet to havo a common fatth To hold a common scorn ot death! Tennyson. Letter to C. W. Richardson. llrattleboro, Vt. Dear Slr: You can afford tho best, and our business cxpcrlence has shown yoii that lt Is also the cheapest. If all men wouiu learn this, they'd save lots of nioney. tlcvoe I.ead and Zlno costs a little more per uallon than mixed palnts, but it takes fpwer gallons to ialnt a house, and it wears lonKer, It ls tho cheapest palnt .11 the worlfl. Ir. Frank A. Morso, drugelst of West Hulhind, Vt., wrltes: I ordered 15 gallons of your palnt, thlnk ing from experlonce wlth mlxed palnts, that It would requlro that amount to cover my house. I used only 8 gallons. "r. M. Austln Belcher, ot Wlnthrop, bought eleven gnllons; ho only used six. Our ngent at Morrisville, N, Y., . E. N Dexter, writca; un every lob I have sold, Devoo Load ind Zlno has glven good satlsfactlon and has tnken a less quantlty than oxpected. We could make this letter a lnmdred tinies as long wlth such examples. Your? truly. V. W. DKVOB & CO., 18 New Y'ork. '. S. ItobblnR & Cowlo sell our palnt. In Uullfoiil. Mny u hii lo Mr. aiul lr. Wllllinn Ihiilxni. In Veriioii. Mtiy Sl. u clauuhtor tci Mr.niiil Mrs. Alinnii i;illiiKiioil, iinil kv 'lidilauixhlor to Mr. iind Mti, Siiiunui' lllllnnuocnl iinil li.JI. (lnry nr llils town, In Shlcleler, IikI.. Mnt. 2s, u ilauirlitor. ltuliv (lOOllell, lO W. I'.. tltlll 1.111111' NuWtOll I.OM'lei", and KntinliliuiKliter tci W. A. Nowton of South oriioii. In brattleboro. .1 nno il. liyllev. 1(. K.Marilti, l!inot W. ltleeol' Watcrtown, N. Y aml Mlss I.iloia M. 1'iwlcr ol' llrattleboro. In Wol Itriittic'lioio. Juiie :i. by Itov. N. A. Wooil, I'lort W. Moikc nl WilllaiiKVlllp nntl Ml l.lllu Willianwnf Marlboin. In llrattlcboio, .luno 1. by llev. It. K. Mar in, I'Uiyil A. naliymiile aml Mls Vlvlan i:, riinsv, ImiIIid! Whitingham. In Newfane. .luno 1. hy ltov . (). II, Itakor of Townshend, Wanl llnwe llauor of New York elty and Mt Alitiy l.ney Kenny of Newlane. In llollnws FhIK .Minei'. Iiy Itov. rnther (o noliN, .loliii Hui i y iinil Mls.)ullii Morlarty. In llait Noithlleld. Jla"., .Iune u', Sliowo llachlta of Wilko-diam'. I'a., and ,I)aly A. Merrlman of Noi tlillelil. In North llln-'ilalo. N. II., .liincU, hv llev. ('. A. Iteeil. Ilerlieit Mihiey MeDonald ol llcncr. N. II.. and MKi Daisy rideliaStieelcrorXoiili llln-dalo. In South Venion. Mayili. Iiy A. A. Ihinkliv, V.'i,.. Wallaee (i. Iliown und Mi Miuy Moivj, liolli of Wendell. Ma. In South Vernon. Mtiy :, Iiy A. A. Dunklee. .'aiuet I,. llaoon ot slmteliui v, Ma-., aml .Mts Ia'Mh A pemer ot I,oeivtt, Man. lu Waidl)oio. .daj as, Iiy Itev. 1'.. II. Ilarl lett of Newlane, .liidson ll. Colo. M. I).. ot New faiii' aml Ml Alkf H. Moiw. In llrattlolKiro. Mny:m, Mi-. Willl A. Keje, "in llrattlelmi-o. Ma 111. Ml KllJilieth t'av auauirli. m. In Vet I)uer. May 31, Alnd ,lohuon, mi. In Vet Iuminei?ton. May !l, Clater Ilar-ri-', TT. In South I.onilonderr.v, MayLT. ,larlu I.Col llns T:t. In I.oiidonilerry, May 2?, S.idle l'aikor. wlle of Annn Stone. i'. In ('atnliridiropo' t. May V. .lauie Mooiv. III. In Vliiche1or, N. II., llenry I!. .laekman, "S. In Chester, Mav Mr. (ieorire A. l'air. li.'-. In Winhall, May lr. Alnion Shattueli, l". In Wet rhcsterlleld, N. II., .lune l.tlertrnde I.. Itlee. Irt. In Keene. X. II.. May 2, lMward A. Mahojf auy, til. In Mount llcrmou. Ma.. .lune I, llarrlet Konl. wlle of l'mf. II. 1'. I'utler. Vt. n l'.ast Jallivy. N. II.. .lune 2. Min. Mary II. (I)avl) Diitton, 7s, formeily ot Wllliainsville. i DUSENBERRY'S MOTHALINE. Lavcnder, Camphoratcd ! and Cedar. I AllSOI.l'Ti: l'ltOTI'.OTIOX from i Moths tor the pie.'eratloiiofrui. t'lotlilnr. t'arpeto. reathera, Wool i en, or any nrtiele liulile to the attiicK ot iiiolli?. 15c. Packagc. M0TH BALLS, 10c. Ib. BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY. Au ct i o n ! Having moved to another place, I will sell by public auction on Thursday, June II, At 1 o'clock, p, m My farm in We3t Brattleboro. Said farm consists of ioo acres of land 25 acres of mowing, and the balance pasture, wood and timber. This is an ideal summer place, being near Ames hill. I will aNo m;1I 1 laisify, I opref waifon. 1 truek. 1 one-liorsetraen-e. 1 two.ime trav ere, U t or 70 -ap liueket'. mitlieriinr tut). paiK, 1 (rood work hor.e, llll potind; aleweord" stove wood, one or two sleit.'h''. h.i rrow, eulti vator. plow, ete. H. C. HOWARD. C. I'. GII.sox, Auetloneer. lliattleboro. .lune 1, l'.'ll. LOCAL OVERFLOW. j A meeting of the executlvo commit tee of the Valley Fair will be held to- j niorrow night. 1 Tho llrst green peas were brought i into market yesterday from the Thomas farm across the rlver. I The craduating exercises o the ninth I grade will be held in the Hlgh school room next Friday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. Beauseant Commandery, Knlghts Templar, conferred tho Temple and Malta degrees on three candidates ' last evenlng. Quonectacat tribe of Red Men con- j ferred the chief's degroe on 1C candi- j dates Friday night, after which a tur key supper was served. Elght members wee initiated at tho 1 regular monthly meeting of the Gar- ment Workers' unlon held ln Grand , Army hall Monday evenlng. 1 The New England Order of I'rotec- , tlon hold a fcociable in Ited Men's hall , last evenlng. Muslc was furinshed by the junior banjo and mandolln club. Iawronce Stamps, 85, dled last night 1 at the home of hls son-ln-law, George I Whltney, ln tho west part of the town. Ho had a shock of paralysis j Wednesday night. Leitslngcr's orchestra played at the commencement exercises at Leland j and Gray Semlnary, Townshend, yes- , terdny afternoon and at Brattleboro ' Academy last ovening. The shower of last Friday night, I which revived vegetatlon so notice- ably, exteuded over only a small area. j 110 raln falllng ln the west river val ley towns above Townshend. Raymond Frost will cover second baso for the Y. M. C. A. baso ball team tomorrow. Cox and King for tho Cathollc Unlon, and Stafford and Brooks for the Y. M. C. A. will be tho batterles. Thero was a large attendance at tho annual strawberry tupper glven by the Congregational ladles last even ing. After supper Lucien Howo de lighted tho audience by an organ re cltal ln the ehurch. Warren G. Doollttle has bought of Addison Brooks a tract of plno and ehostnut tlmber in Vernon. Mr, Doo llttle has suspended his lumberlng operations there until Soptember 1. Ho has cut about a milllon feet tho past season. It was found yesterday that the flsh commlssloners of New Hampshlro had issued a pamphlet containing tho laws relating to flshing, in which it was stated that tho speclal provision ln ro gard to Spofford lako is still In force, and that It shall not bo lawful to catch, 1:111 or destroy in any manner any flsh in that lako during tho months of Aprll, May or Juno in any year, under penalty of $E.OO flno for each flsh so taken or destroyed. TJSUmtcd. ArANTi:i) Seunal liojt lor llnht work. Aid to rinlhlii)t Iteiiattnii'iit, KS TllV OIKIAKTO.MI'ANV. I.Vtf rANTi:i). (Ine or to c.ierlenroil l.ady ?t 1,'leik?. Alo one or t wi Ilry (lood Sales nien. i:nciilif of tl. ,1. 1'ltATT. t imi "lyANTmi -nativi: i.r.Minut tnt i.diis: ,11 all klndx dellveittl at mir tnlll. or will lni slandliitf tlmlier. TIIK8. A. SMITII C(l. rANTi:il Soft wood Ininlieror all klniU. 1 1 Klther Mauillinr tlnilier or dellveivd at inlll. Ilt)l,l)i;x ,v MAItTIN. Ilnitllelioro. Hltf "rANTl!l A eaimlilo aml lioiu't nirl. to 1 iloKeneml liousewoik at Lake Sniia-o for the fiiininer. MltS. W. II. IIIINbHY. Ilrnoko IloiiH'. aitl 7'ANi'i:il .luno I. on toliaeeo farin, lnai- llecl liian; en'rleiire not nere.an . H 1 teneineiit. (I. II. Mil'I.KI.I.AN. North llatlleld. Miim. A7"ANTi:il - liiinuHllatelj. a irood indn- trlniii, Mrh'tly teinierale luiin to iH-ildle tnllk and woik on ranti. MltS. II. C. IIAV, tlirentleld. Mn. "ArANTi:il IIiIkIiI. aithe oninf tnan to ? T ilrle li.iker' wairoii In New York : tiiuM Ik1 honel. wiNr. Indiilrioo. and iiiirlr. Ap ply Iiy letter. "tatlna ndcieiiii. to ( HAS. I:. AillKITr. No. SM Itlulitli Avenne, New Vork Clty. .ll.S.l Wantcd at 'Hillctest" Marlboro, Vt. Aeoiupi'tent und wllhnir ifirl lm eliumlier and nenerul hoiieMii-k. waireo lor irooil help. 1". W. ('II ll.). talile. I ioiul il Iw rAXTi:il l'orthe-ununerat Lake spof. l lonl. nuife lir two iliildien, ii and .1 jeaisold. Muxt v a icllalile jomiir woinan with k"oimI ndeiTMHH's h lo t haiat'ter and aliilit. To iK-irin .lune IMth. Apph at niiw. MltS. IMKiAlt lll'Itlt .-.M1TII. tH W. sih-i.. Plainfield. N..I. 2ltt , ! Wanted. Afll'.NTI.KMAN, who'e wile l a iiei'MMiii Imalid. ilesirexin'onmio lation foi her aml j her inatil whei-e Iheie aie no other irne!, in I eonenlent linii'c. suriounded l;y pliMe-ant i itroiimNaml eoinitrj with irood road. in nmv nl.'h New r.nxhiml loeatlon. In 'lnnt. ho ile iiesto hliv a plaee to Ik? rim lij owner t ill (e tolier or Noeinlier. Addiewith paiticiilars n to liuinlK-i- in liuuily, loeatlon. ik"-eilptiou if phieo. teini-". ete.. to IIKMSr.N. llo a. Iliookljn Dailj r..i(tle. Iltooklyn. X. Y. 0 V ;xU 171(1 lt SAI.l'. I)rilnir hoi'-e and lm'alplate . harnes. 1h 'nnt St. 2:1 lw 17H1U SAMV -.New inihh eow. ritllll .1. .lOIINSdN. Newfane. Vt. 2:Hw ITlOlt SAI.r.. or to Itont. lliiiiw ot tl roone " on rie.lsuit St. t'. W. WAKI), 121'loa-iant i-tixet. iMt "ITlOlt SAI.i:,- A Ms.-iiiiil-hiinil uprittht tnano, , 1? in jierleet eouditlon; a iai)rain. Aildiv-o, 1 H(iMVl, IlrattlelMiro. 7-tl 1711)11 SAI,r..--()n aeeount of lieinif ili-alili-il 1 with a liroken letf I oller formle at a liar iialn. a iUiintit of new aiul i-eeond-haml Iho hie, h aml Ul franie. sluirle aml doulile uall, lot of uper aml eli'.iteil K'parator for I 1-1 Iiy i 1-1 hy 1 l-2wetion. lli:itlti:itT NdltCltus.'i, Wet IluinineiTtoii. Vt. 22-2." Jicnt. rilO ltr.XT Teneinent at 1 (ii-een rtiwt. 1 2jlU rpO ltl':XT-A eouple of tcnenienti. C. II. 1 CHtl JJLUJ lni MJi'lmro. 2jM f "VTICn smull tenoniont to lent. II. V. Weatli X erhead. West llrattlelioio. 2:1 tf rpt) HIINT riie-inom eottaife on I'onimon JL Stix-et. I 1'.. IIOI.llKN. tl Spcctnl 2)oticcs. rOST All Ilinili-li etter iloir. lnrht lirnwn , 1 .. ,.(.. ...i.i. ,...11.. ... o 1 1 1 ley, llrattleboro. Vt. A Miitalile n'ward will lw (rien by letni lllnif ?ainemti. A. CDI.I.1NS, llradU-y stable. Ilrattlelmio. Vt. 22-tt Strayed or Stolen. 171HOM in p.iture 111 liinlfonl, atlark luown " maie. -ien j eai-old, with white tar in toieheail. wemhi alnmt llno poiiml. Suitable lewaiil will Ik iniL'ii lor inroriiiatlon eoneeiu init thesame. I". I.. WT.I.I.MAN. tinllloiil rentre, .lune 1. !' 2:1-21 Shortest Rallway in the World. Probably the shortest paying street rallway in the world, and certainly one where more rldes can be obtained for a dollar than any where else ln America, is tho "Angel Fllght," ln Ios Angeles, Cal. Formerly tho pretty resltlence portlon of r the clty, Ollve Hoights, could only f?c-''reached elther by a long detour or climblng up a great number of vcry stoep steps. One of l.os Angeles's cltlzens conceived the idea that a rallway-up the steep incllno could be made to pay, and wlth In a few weoks ho had his road in operation. The road Is 350 feet in length between termlnal polnts, and risos 100 feet In this dlstance: it is bullt on the three rall automatlc turn out system. The two cars, Ollvet and Slnal, are attachcd to the ends of n double cablo, which Is wound over a drum operated by a ten horse power olectrlc motor at the top of the hlll. 1 As one car goes up the other desccnds, , the two cars counterbalanclng each j other and thus effectlng a great savlng of power. Enterlng a lower statlon, j the flrst thlng wo notice is the "bill of fare:" one rido, 5 cents; three rldes, 10 cents; ten rldes, 25 cents; 100 rldes, $1. Sclentlfic American. ; Mail Orders BOYS' SHIRTEES 25c BOYS' STRAW HATS 25and 50c We fill E. J. FENTON & CO. The Leading Clothiers Hatters Ahvays Reliable Millinery. More of the Black Chiffon Hats at $1.25 and $1.50. These are a much better grade than we have been selling at the above prices. For thosc wishing a more desirable, all-round Hat, we have the Turban and Medium size Hats, which we it and make in straw. They prove cntirely satisfactory in price, quality and durability. DONNELL & DAVIS. There is Prospect of a Light Hay Crop this Season. Therefore Farmers, it Will pi) W.ll t. Sow Hungarian and Millet Seed We ha' a h.uhI nppl) at re.iximiltle prn e-! ROBBINS & COWLES Brooks House Block. JUNE PRICES . in Millinery. We do not give our goods away, but will divide our profits with you We have some Pattern Hats that we will make astonishing prices on; also an excellent line of Chiffon Hats we will sell from $1.50 up. All the late ideas in ready-to-wear hats. Come while our stock and va riety is large. MRS. W. F. NEAL. NOTICE. June 10 I shall be out of town upon business. Yours respectfully, H. F. JORDAN. ItcfractlonUt and Optlei.m, Cro-liy llloek. Brattleboro. Vt Boys' Clothes Mothers who are par ticular about the ap pearance of their boys' dress, will find much satisfaction in looking over our line of boys' clothing for this season. Our stock comprises Blouse Suits, Norfolk Suits, Knickerbocker Suits, Mannish Suits and Norfolk Blouse Suits. BOYS' SUITS $1.38,51,50, $1.75, $a,'$2.5o, $2.95, $3.50, $4. $5. Outfitters 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MEN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WE show the largest variety, the snappiest patterns and best values, at this price, of any people in the business. . You are sure to find your size and pat tern here, and guaranteed quality. E. EL PERRY Custom Clothing Trunks and Bags ioooooooo KNO - BUG A combined Bug Killer and PoUto Grower. It has come to stay. We hereb irnarantee Kim-Iliu iwlien pioerly applleili to kill the liuirs aml In-eie.i-ethe yielilof Ktatoes aiul welurther iitfn-ethat if you phint oneaereof potatoe?, tHit Kno.lluir ouonelialf and rnrltOiwn on tho other. it you ilnn'l vet nioiv potiittNi tnan the half whcie Kno-lluif i uil (pni nliuif. ol' eourM.'. tluit the will is the "rtinei we will rofuiul thu nioney p.lid tor Kuo-Iluir. We know we hae lu Kno-ltuif an articie of cif.it nierit.aiul ai-e willlnif to -tawl tiaek of it. All wo ak is a tnal. You will l moie thau .atilK-l. 20 Ibs. for $1.00. SoM only ly ' J. EDGAR MELLEN. 1'. S. 1 have all other kin.N liut tln i- the lo-t. GUESSING C0NTEST The Handsome Set of Dishes, 42 pieces, displayed in our win dow will be given to the person guessing the nearest to the num ber of beans in the jar also displayed there. Each purchaser of a package of SILVERDUST entitled to one guess for each package purchased. J. E. GLEAS0N 32 Elliot St. HeLaughs Best Who Laughs Last. Tho Insocts woro luuith iniftit tho juioy lcast thcy exH.'eted tlll tliey struck n emiK ln ono of Wihlcr's llno sureenn, wlien tho other fellow dld tho laiiKhliiif. I havo a llno new ikssortment of siuii niur eouifort ou himd in i tho shupoof wlroBci-cens. Poultry netting, lawn mowers, rubber hose, summer blankets and robes, lead, oil and color. Also a good line of ready mixed paints that are all right. Give us a call. DON. A. WILDER, , W IJIIIot Street. o - GREAT SALE OF USINESS SUITS AT TEN DOLLARS Leopold Morse & Co. Union Made Straw Hats, Shirt Waists and Summer Clothing. 0000000000 0000000 Chairs Chairs Chairs For one week, commencing June 8, we shall have a clearance sale of RAT TAN and UPLOLSTERED ROCKERS. We will give 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT to cash buyers. Remember this sale closes June 13. RETTING BROS. Evergreen Hedge and Ornamental Arbor Vitae n nilil In prmuM thl uionth. Diop canl to GEO. D. ODELL, - 21 Central St. I I This chair Is all hard wood, (no plno seots) is tlmrouKhly irhicd toKOther und tlnishcd a lieautlf ul (lolilen Oak, l'rlco 58 c. EMERSON Everythlng for QUAKER RANGES. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8c CO. Furnishing Goods 0 THE DANGER From trasoline stoxes is not so much in them sclies as havlnn tho trnsollne about. At ordi iiniy toiuperaturc trusollne coiitlnually glves otr liillammalile vapor, and a linht somo dis taneo from tho miiterial will nrnite it throufrh the modiuni of this vapor. Consult your ln. surnnee aifent befnre storinif or iisfnur such dantrorou stutl. H. E. TAYLOR & SON, Inunnice AKcnts. . llrattleboro, Vt. GOOD CHAIRS FOR ALL CONDITIONS. There are lots of chairs which are worthless, the low price at which they are sold tempts many to buy. These people are soon without chairs and are looking for the dealer who knows and sells good chairs, the prices of which are not necessarily high, as in the case of the chair shown in this ad. We carry over 30 Different Designs of DiningChairs at prices ranging from 49c to S5.00. Everyone is as good value as the one shown. &. SON. Housekeeping. ' , lATTLEBORO, VT.