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tmm- a wbwmhm. 11 THE NEW WARRANTED IIP OF TAR AND CHERRY. r,KrAKKP SLV BY n w p. AM' s Hwr91'"1 . Cure. r,im.ly for Coughs, lironemiil inuiim- No Pay. 1(,lcr nr.; authorized to Te lle rnouoy it 11 uu "u" "" lor. Bottle, joz. Bottle, 25c 60c MtATTLEISOKO, VT., FItlDAY, OCTOBER 20, lUOC. er 1 1 1 f i t 3 rATTLEBORO IK MARKET. lave purchased Dennison ...rc' interest and good wia L; market formerly under the -of W DENNISON BROTHERS Lrson block, Elliot street, .we are pieasea io mcci mi 'jold friends and as many ljs as may come. '.can only promise you uui .forts to constantly nave in til tun line 01 me ui. mcaia visions to be purcnasea at a consistent with the times. deal with all, is our motto. t cash prices for Hides, Skins Wts also for Beef, Pork, Veal, and Poultry. 0. ABBOTT 4 SON. ' vV : . -AVtr-'iv V i '!--Ui r-Lr. i J : v. - ..... ', I .... A V .lv Aw 3 If ""i'i JOE'S PERFECTED POULTRY FOOD it be obtained of the following: H. E. Wood. Windham, Vt. bbins & Cowlcs, Brattleboro, Vt. airles S. Faniham, Putney, Vt. pa H. Grout, West Townshend, W. C. Halladay, East Dover. 1 Cr ) 4U ta SCENE FROM WEBER & FIELDS HOITY-TOITY. AT THE AUDITORIUM, BRATTLEBORO, TUESDAY, OCT..30 Brattleboro Local AMENDMENT TO CHARTER BILL INTRODUCED BY TOWN REPRE SENTATIVE OIBSON. e want sgmts in every village .tour Poultry l oad is not sold. It not on sale in vour village we will von. freie it urepam. a ia-pounu ,v. .:, torn or a vu-puunu hukji ior pringj nd nil CARROLL S. PACE, Hyde Park, Vermont. We Manufacture All Kinds of land Farm Wagon Wheels :i furnish thfiii tired, banded and boxed, i Concord axles, welded and aet. Writ unirulari. 'E Stevens & Co. Portland Me. RAILROADS. CENTRAL VERMONT RAILWAY. Southern Division, irrECTIVE OCTOBER 8, 1908. 'list leave Bnittiebnro aa follows: i m. Daily for Sprinicfleld. week Mil fur New York. i 1. m. et-k dav. for New London: ronnerts l Miller. Falla for Troy; at raimer for v urcester and lloston. I. m. Week day. for South London derry. i a. Week day. for Springfield and .iew inrK. U I. m. Week dava for New London. VitnKtim for Uoaion via Miller. Fall. or filmer. I! P. m. Week days for Springfield nd Sew York. II p. m. Week day. for New London MD. ;! p. m. Daily for Springfield and New '3 p. m. Week day. for South Londonderry. p. m. Snndav only, for Springfield on .ew Joru. K'ieet to chance without notice. J. E. BENTLET, General Passenger Agent. mm RAILROAD TIME TABLE. iwted to October 1st, 1906. Trains leave rail, as f,,ll iw- Dnilv memt Sun- r. i oiuerwise noted. GOIXG NORTH. m Mixed for Hutlnnd and inter mediate station., connecting with train fnr Knrlimrrnn ami Ovrtflnilhlirff. I noon. Mail for Butland, Burlington no St. Albans. ' m. Oreeu Mountain Flyer for Rut- nd. Burlingtoh, Montreal, Malone, Oedensljuri; and St. Albans. Pullman rrlor Car for Burlington and Mon f p. m. Local Express for Rutland, I P- m. Xicht Exnress Daily for Ot- , Montreal and the West. For "fOemhure daily except Sunday. k .. oi!.eiier iur juuiiLreai. r I. ID. Nnrwla... .nl P...ani. for D...r , V'"'- bo"B "JL.il Till nnrl n, n. nn arrive at Bellows Falls from t. VI V(,.T. V T.il I.. . -iiii express ivany. n. n Local from Rutland. . P. m. Sundays only from Rutland. Give. Village Power to Acquire Water Bights In Brattleboro, Marlboro, Dummerston, Newfane and Guilford May Issue Bonds to Amount of 1100,000, It is hereby enaeted by the General Assem bly of the State of Vermont: Section 1. The corporation of the vill.ice of Brattleboro, in its corporate capacity is reby authorised and empowered to con struct, maintain and repair a reservoir or reservoirs, pumps, engines, and apparatus, lake, purchase and acquire in the manner hereinafter mentioned, any ponds, springs, streams, water sources, real estate, water rights, fluwAKe rights and easements neces sary for its purpose within the limits of the towns of Brattleboro, Marlboro, Dummerston, Xewfane and Guilford in the county of Wind ham, together with such lands surrounding and adjacent to the same as may be reason ably necessary for protecting and preserving water in such ponds, lands necessary for the preservation of the purity and quantity of the water and streams, snd may enclose such ponds, springs and stream by suitable fences for the purpose of such protection; and to enter in and npon any land or wa ter for the purpose of making surveys, may take and construct dams and reservoirs, lay pipes and aqueducts, and connect the sime ith the main aoueduc as may do necessary to convey the water taken as aforesaid to the reservoir, of said villaee, and distribute the same through said villngn for the pur pose of supplying the inhabitants of said village with water for (Ire, domestic snd other purposes; but said corporation snan not take otherwise tnan ny purcnaae, ht spring of water, which tne owner or lessee or other person bnving a vested right or interest in sum waier. or uu- u; may reasonably require for domestic use. Sec. 2. Said corporation lor tne purpose aforesaid mav enter upon and use any i.ma and enclosure over or throuih which it may i. .......i-v frie an aoneaucr or ihjm-s , thereon dig. place, lay and construct sh pipes, nniieil'icts. ..I...,,.. nii connect ons "I'l"" ' "" , ....! .A necessary for tne compieio con...,,. ...... repairing of the same from time to rime, mav open the grounds in any streets lanes, avenues, highways and public grounds for the purpose of laying down, repairing such n pes aquecmcis. repr.i'ii - . nance., as may he necessary for conducting the water and the purposes aforesaid; pro vided that such streets, lanes, ""noes high- -j -...hiii. ..rnnnd shall not he in- War. n" I . . no jnred, but shall he left in a go m i....Mv can be done as before tho lnung of said pipe, aqueducts, reservoirs and appurtenances. Power of the Water Board. Sec 8. Said corporation may, after this act becomes operative, at a special meeting, elect a water board, consisting oi iiu mu.c than 12 and not less than five members, -.i.i.k .h.n hun the nower subject to the control of said corporation to negotiate, make contracts, purchase and take conveyance, of lands, real estate interest, waters, ponds, springs, streams and water rights, easements and interests deemed proper, ir svstein for said village and all the property and rights named in section 2 of this act, and mav take the necessary steps for the taking of the above mentioned lands, waters, waterigh.s, easements and interests accord ing to the provisions of this act, and may employ counsel, engineers ana as Is required and may, subject to the con frol of said village, construct a water system or said village, and purchase all material and make all contracts or an ''''"'"" hereby legalized, and said water board then elected shall remain in office as such until their duties are performed and completed or their successors are elected. Much water board shall receive as compensation for its service, auch sum as the village may vote at a mveiing duly called and holden. Settlement of Damages. sec. 4. tiaid corporation, by its bailiffs, water board or other odicer or o dicers duly authorized for that purpose, may agree with lie owner or owners of any properly, Iran etiise, easement or right which xuay be re. quired for the purposes of this act, as to the amount of compensation to be paid for the same, and in case of failure to agree as to such compensation ur aa to the amouut of damages which ought to be awarded to any person claiming to be injured by the doingi of said corporation, or in case any auch owner shall be an infant or insane or absent from this state, or uukuown, or the owner of a contingent or uncertain interest, a judge of the supreme court may, on the application of either party, cause such notice to be givon of such application as such judge may see lit to prescribe, and alter proof of sucn notice may fix the amount of a bond that shall be hied by said corporation and approved by such judge, and upon such filing and ap proval of such bond suid corporation may enter upon, take and posses, such property, fianehise. easement or right and proceed with tho construction of its work; provided that the right of said corporation to take poseea- sion of property, franchise, easement or rights by the giving of a bond, as herein provided, shall not apply to tht taking of any other established water system now in use; and said judge may appoint three dis interested persons to examine such property to be taken for, or damaged by the doings of said corporation, who, being duly sworn, shall upon duo notico to oil parties con cerned, view the premises and hear the par tiea in respect to such property and aa to Just damages. And shall assess and award to such owners and persons so interested just damages for the taking of such prop erty, franchise, easement or right, or for any injury sustained as aforesaid and make report in writing to such judge, who may thereupon nccept such report unless just cause is shown to the contrary, aim oruer to v 110 aanio 111 Bum reservoirs, is may he I'ltrttornTlOIl lo t'ny time and manner as sucn juuSf prescribe, in full compensation for the prop erty taken, or the injury done by said cor poration, and on compliance with such order said corporation may proceed with the con- structiou of its worK wmioui ..o. ., further claim for damages: or said judge mav reject or recommit said report if the ends of justice so require. Mien judge ma, award costs in such proceeding in his dis cretion. Anv person whose rights to the fiowace of water are thus taken may apply as aforesaid, within one year from the time such water is actually taken or d verted, and not thereafter, and no suit for injury done under this act shall be brought after one from the alleged date or " recon.. ihe injury. The selectmen of the town of Brattleboro may discontinue any highway, or part thereof, in said town and may ay out anv highway inereio, - , - necessary on account-f the building and Uv cation of any reservoir or reservuira for sj. I water system. , aoc 5. Said corporation shall within 60 days after the taking of any property, fran chHe easement or right under the provisions of this act file in tho town ciern s owce tho town whero the same is situated a de scription of any laud, water or water rig lit. so taken, sufficiently accurate for identifl- ""sec" 0 Said corporation is hereby author ized 'and empowered to contract with the v of Brattleboro, any school, fire district or village corporation now or hereafter situ ated within said town, corporawu... ... 'i.1,,,1. to sunnly water for tho protection of any property purposes, Sec tenanee of its water department, and to in sure the payment of Ihe interest on its water bonds, and to provide for the payment of said bonds, establish rates of annual rents to bo determined by said corporation for the supply of water to the Inhabitants of said village and others, and corporations, and may from time to time alter, modify, Increase or diminish such rates snd extend them to any description of property, or use, as said corporation may deem proper. Such rales or rents may be ordered to be paid in advance and all necessary ordera and provisions may be made and enforced by aaid corporation relating to the Apply or stoppage of water. as they may deem nece.ssry to insure such sdvance payments. Sec. 11. Said corporation, at a meeting called for that purpose and after acquiring or constructing a water system, shsll elect three commissioners, who shall constitute a board of water commissioners, one of whom shall hold oflice for three years, one for two years and one for one year from the next annual' meeting after such election, unless such first election takes place at an annual meeting, and in such ease from the time of such elec tion; and at every aubsequeut annual meet ing said corporation shall elect one water commissioner to fiil the vacancy occasioned bv the then expiring term, who shall hold his office three years from his election and until his successor shall be chosen aa above pro vided: and in rase of death, resignation or removal of a commissioner the vacancy may be filled at a special meeting duly warned and holden for that purpose. Sec. 12. The water commissioners under the direction of said corporation shsll have the supervision of the water department snd shall make and establish all needful rules and regulstiona for the control and operation of the same, and the bailiffs upon application of the water commissioners may draw orders on the treasury for the necessary expenaea of the same. The commissioners may appoint or remove a superintendent at their pleas lire: may establish rates for the use of water and provide for the collection of the same, and generally take charge of the water lepartment, subject to the control, order and direction of the corporation. The rents to pay tho interest, as it becomes due, upon he water bonds of said corporation, and any xcess therefrom, after paying said interest and the expense of repairs and management of. the water works, shall besot apart by the commissioners and used in payment of the bonds as they become due and invested in the name of said corporation to be used in the purchase of said bonds, so that tho same shall be used and applied solely for the pay men! or purchase of said bonds until the whole shall be paid. and for domestic and any other s P. m. h 1 from Burlington. cen Mountain Flyer. system, 0r,hTs.ruKV :-t A,,nnFn(i on: and may, u uuciuw -' emu. U.F.- . , ,,.. tn tho nrice ble, negotiate .or .... - 1VZ: Z coi of said corpora Tian complete a contract for such arbitra- 1 The owner ana occupu.n ... tenement, houso or duiiuhjb, -- Z water of aaid corporation shall be liable ? The rent or price of the same, and the officers and agents of said n4'' '"J trusted with the care and superintendence of fh water, may at an mu.u' , shall be ' 0. m . Tn.... i rir.n l. irUUl AULIHUU. Ur.0. T .T i D TTTQ t r r. D.U.V. Passenger Traffic Manager. l . MM MO, General Passenger Agent. Kutland. Vt. & MAINE RAILROAD. Conn, and Paaaumpaic Division. arrange ment. In effect Oct. 8, 1906, TRAINS GOING SOUTH. -i.-i t cairl village. essary lor in pu.i-- - - ri htBi or in part, or any con rac, u;;.;; bonds, orders or notes aulucient f a.m. a.m. IBM A Vt I'i'lowsMl, 447 30sFaiis.i.5n fwtlebore 5.28 Nttleboro 5.28 "Vernon 5.48 I'wnnei, ,U3 10,0 10 '""efielrt 7.io 11.20 12.25 a.m. 7.15 8.08 8.17 9.08 9.07 10.15 9.35 10.41 p.m. 12.25 1.15 1.30 2.15 2.23 2.48 3.13 4.10 p.m 2.55 8.39 8.42 pay......... .. , n(1 Snaii p.- d, ready for the signature of shall cor- or commit 4.23 4.44 5.10 6.06 TRAIN'S GOING NORTH. a.m. am n m. S"iHd 8.52 10.18 Vernon 9.41 10.44 iP'tleb'ro 10.05 11.02 f "tieb ... 11.10 . .. 11.55 . .. 12.08 1.02 1.39 2.05 2.23 2.25 3.03 3.05 8.53 p.m. 8.30 4.42 5.12 p.m. 8.15 9.28 9.58 5.32 10.16 5.35 10.18 6.20 11.00 6.40 11-05 7.35 1150 ! l0 Falls lows Fails I ndicr day ,,;. r...,t i ,,h T !L .1,.,rer of Said VI ... " uiat.i-uw 110 , nlA -J 'ia 10.18 p. m.; going south at o.ZH .fter n,,Te cnarK" .0 1 ' " r.nd 8.29 n. m. nrov dea mere... . , 1- Ida rtlnpfl ' . .t.. ...,knoo .11 ..rnm BPS SO Mippllea IU l-iui.nu- r-r the said corporation, "P'e" V flslm.PS ad prevent any unnecessary nv nerson or persons wiinojii. . . . ,Inn knll I. DO AtlV the consent of said curpuraMuu of said water, an action of tort under . . . i. inffned against such per- ' .... .aid corporation for the recovery of 'hoc 8 If ny P"0" or PcrsonS S,," willfuily.' wantonly or maliciously divert the n, nnrt thereof or any 01 me snrines. streams, aqueducts, water courses or reservoirs which shall be taken, usee, or ouu- structed by said corporation, or . .... .... or make it impure, anv nuisance therein, or shall bathe therein, 'Zwithin the limits that may be taken or described by said corporation pursuant to K provisions of this act, or toj jure or destroy any dam, etankment, .q.- duct. P pe, reservoir, -. structure, pump, machinery or other prop er held owned or used by said corporation under the provisions of this act, shall be ha We to l corporation in treble damages therefor, to be recovered in action on the ,ne ... . jj this statute, and any such r,on on conviction of any of the malicious acts aforesaid shall be pumsnea oy a . inn or imnnsoned in !!"..-. correction not exceeding six months. ... .... iur.,, K.uhlish Water Department, Sec !. Sid corporation shall have power to organize and establish a water oepar. ...... L the purpose of supplying said village wWh water as aforesaid, and may purchase ,ke and hold all necessary real and personal e'iato for that purpose, and may issue Its enrnoration bonds, notes or orders to carry t tne provision,' of this act and to secure a"t present or future indeMedne sa for the ana operating. - pare sucn -' mntioned. for sign the officers nere.n,.. .. ,nd it ".r'T. become the duty of sucn our snail inerirui..-.. , cers to sign snc. c... nterslgn said bonds os and said wafer u."".. nd sell said oonus, hereinafter mentioned; thereupon neg fflcient thereo "r r . for gM ssid, to the best o-- , thw0, for corporation, and use 1 bsI. ,he purpose, f'l ..Ip In the treas- ,ce ""n'mnf,1'm i ,id village shall ury of said village ' wator have acquireu or .ondition for nso, th. duties ,0 "... tern cmpieie !. - . slllllI CP,p, r.fl" Id village shall no. elect a ,r.. , . f WH ri ...I w,pr board " '""" jn the amendments missinners Provided for In tn water system Th vote, token ny - nrovidea nieir.... - , 190H gre n-A.VDERS,Gen.P,....nd Ticket Agt. vill.ge at it. meeting .. Property Limit $100,000. Sec. l.T. For the purpose of acquiring and successfully establishing and operating its water works, and making such improvements as may be necessary from timo to time, said corporation is authorized and empowered to purchase, acquiro by arbitration or take and hold real and personal estate to the amount of $400,000, and may levy and collect auch taxes upon the polls and ratable estate of tho corporation as may be deemed necessary for the payment of corporation expenses, and its present and future indebtedness in curred in connection with such water system, and may issue its negotiable bonds to an amount ' not exceeding $400,000 in such sums and payable at such times and places a, may be deemed advisable, for the purpose aforesaid only, and may borrow money from time to time, as may be necessary, to enable tho water department to carry on and com plete the work of supplying the village with water and pay current indebtedness incurred in connection with tne water system, pro vided that all taxes laid and all loans author ized and all bonds negotiated, shall be laid. authorized and negotiated ny virtue of a ma jority vote of tho voters of said corporation present and voting at a meeting duly warned and holden for that purpose. See. 14. Every bond issued by said cor poration for water purposes, in pursuance of this act, shall be signed by the chairman of the board of bailiff,, and the treasurer of said corporation, and shall have, the certifi cate of the clerk of said corporation, and the rocords of aaid corporation shall be so kept as to show the issue of the bonds, the amounts and dates of the same, when due, and the same of their payment; said corpora tion is hereby prohibited from issuing and negotiating bonds, as aforesaid, exceeding $400,000 in amount. Sec. 15. Said corporation shall have power to make, establish, alter, amend or re peal ordinances, regulations and bylaws re lating to tho matters contained in its act and not inconsistent with low and to impose pen alties for the breach thereof and enforoe the same. Sec. 16. Any action token by said cor poration under the provisions of this act, 01 relating to the - matters therein set forth, shall be by vote of the majority of the logal voters of said village present and voting at a meeting duly warned snd holden. Sec. 17. All acts or parts of acts incon sistent with this act are hereby repealed. Sec. 13. This act shall take effect from its passage. WO M AN "Woman" is the name of a new magazine for women. THe first number is just issued. Your newsdealer has it. You can get it from him, and it is worth your while getting it. There is nothing startling about this magazine. t There should be nothing startling about a decent magazine for women and the home. But this particular magazine is unique among all the so-called publications for women. You might not like it a little bit, and then, again, it might hit your fancy good and hard. If you like fiction -good, wide-awake, snappy stories both serials and short stories you will like " Woman. 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