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HOW GOVERNOR BMITH TRATEtft- When Governor Smith of Vermont Orders out his special train no time Is lost in switch lug or coupling together cars. He is one of the few men In the country who own a Private locomotive which Is fitted TO at the same time as an observation car On the same wheels are carried both the motive power and most luxurious accommoda tions for eight passengers Besides serving as Go dittos' of the Green Mountain State Mr Smith is at the 'Governor Smith Prltat Locomotive. same time President of the Vermont Cen tral railroad company and it was In the Ut ter capacity that the combination locomotive and observation car was presented to him by Dr W Seward Webb of New York. Governor Smith finds his private engine of the greatest use in making flying political trips about the State and he has entertained on it many distinguished visitors. It was on this locomotive that Admiral Dewey rode when he visited his old home in Montpelier last fall G9VERNORSmTH Gove or or I ' H.b WII a r I' powerand a c c ommoda- the1at byDro ftr th. e f GPVERNORSMITR TRAy aid swft PYatelocomotive p W r1d0 Gb I' S Ikf\ rt" tam i .a- - ¬ . , ¬ ¬ ¬ - ¬ , ' * * . ¬ , ¬ ¬ , . ! ¬ , ¬ . . . ' . . ' . . & . , ' , ' ' . . . . . ' . _ . . . ! : - , _ ! , " ° , ' ( _ \ " ' . - ' - . . . '