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llllU BU1M TNGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1905. ARMY 6, IVY 6. One of the Hardest Fought Foot ball Games between the U. S. Academies. MIDDIES ALL BUT BEATEN Costly Foul by West I'nlnlrr finvr AtinapoIlN Latin Hie Hull vvlllilti striking Mslniice f Goal unit Tourliilun ti I'ollntinl Hkort Onlcr. In rrmccton, N. J Dee. ". ruder n ialt of darkness through wlilch It was Svcll-nlgh Impossible to iliitltiKiil.Mli tli players, tliu Annapolis middles yestor- rlny were able, through unusual cir cumstances, to carry tho ball acioss th- army's goal lino nnd tin tin- score nl 0 lo 6, only 11 minute before tin- referee's Svhlstlo put an end to mm of tin- hard est football battles ever fought be tween t lie army und navy loams. In fcldcntnlly It will ptobnbly bp the l-ist Bam o that will bo played by tlio mmv fcnd lmvy representatives In thin little Isolated Jersey town as the tiillroiuls vcro utterly tinnblo to set the crowds to tlio ground on tltiu1. OVATION roil Till-: PRESIDENT. Hut wlirn tlio crowd did got there Is simply swarmed on tlio Hold, "0,00(1 Btr-ong. Though It looked like rain nil day, ami for taut ni.itnr did drizzle most of the nftei noon, women felossniod forth In rookies nbiindon In all their rinery. and ihoro was not un umbrella raised In all the throne. It was 2 10 bofoio tlio President ur tlvod In eompany with .Mrs. Roosevelt, D dozen of the finest policemen from flersey City and a eotdou of .-tercet Bervico men. As l'resldent Uoosevelt entered at the south stand and the party iniirch rd down to Its scats, the out Ire field rose and (.'heered unceasingly until the l'resldent had found Ills place In the Bprrlal box Immediately In front of the middles, who were Hind up In great blue roats and waving their Immense blue and sold pennants. The Presi dent enjoyed the ovation apparently, Xor lie smiled and gracefully waved bis tall nat, atltltcsslng with one Iomk Vide sweep the navy boys who wen making more noise than anyone else possibly could do, A It. MY HAD VIRTUALLY WON. Tn minutes before, the panic endi d tlio Hav was a beaten team. They had bi en outplayed In the lirst half, and oiitrushed acvon yards to one, to the consternation of the throng whii h had conic to I'rince ton expecting to see the. navy win. In the second half, a high wind pro Vented the army from ever getting the ball Into the navy's territory except by rushing It there, and this it was Impossi ble to do against the navy's team, splen didly relnfotcod hy substitutes. The, touchdown, of Annapolis biased on one of the most unusual points that ever has Influenced the same of football be tween great teams. Except for it. tho ball never would have boon within .",0 yardK of the army's ro.i1 lino after tho navy's last repulse, but In one brief mo ttient everything was ohansed, and tho liavy was presented with Its opportunity Cf whlcn it was so ahlo to avail itself. A (T.-YARD PL'NT RY NAVY. When tho ball had bein taken from tho middles on downs within three chalk lints of the army coal, the cadets in eiirht fleree rushes carried it out some 1.1 yards, end then kield, the ball sailing .lust past the middle of the Hold. Here Howard the navy captain, with tho wind still blow ing a enlo behind him, booted it back on lirsl down, the ball ciurviug moro than Just Married, Troubles Begun. No trouble to make appetizing desserts if vou use Jell-O (Six fruit flavors) 1 package enough for six Deople. 10c, Try this recipe the next time you wuut sotnotbiug nice: Cottage Dessert. Plre three or four swrft spiffs In rmiiIIo or porce lain kettle, add one cup. augur and one pint water. Cover and let amimtr gently until done, but out broken. I.u? applet In mould or large bow 1. Have one package of any flavor Jell-0 dlnolved, and when cool pour over ap plea, and eet away until firm. All grocers sell Jell-O. Btaulllully Illustrated recipe bock, Irtt. Addren, , Tss Gtnuti Pure Food Co., It Roy, N. Y. Mow is the time to Buy your win. ter supply of CERES0TA FLOUR CERES0TA FLOUR MAKES PRIZE BREAD NORTHERN 1UPPLV 00. SVBIJNOYOIf, VT. MILLERS AGENTS. Long Diitanoe Telephone 417-3. HARVEST TIME-LOW PRICES. HARVEST TIE eViVeeVeadkHUKhr!r. at A MINER RESCUED FROM TIIE TERRIBLE AGONIES OF RHEUMATISM. AttnoM tlnpeleai I'nlll Tin t'tetl Dr. Wil liams' I'lnk Pills nntl Found s Permanent dire. "In the lend mines I was at work on my knees with my elbows pressed against rook wnlls, in dampness mid extremes of colli," said Mr. .1. U. Meukel, of 2970 Jackson Avenue, Dubuque, Iowa, in de scribing his oxperimice to a reporter, "and it is not surprising that I,con traded rheumatism. For throe years I had attacks affecting the joints of my ankles, knees and elbows. My ankles and kneos became so swollon I could scarcely walk on uneven ground and a little pressure from a stone under my foot would cause tuc so much pain that I would nearly sink down, I was often obliged to lie in bed for several days at a time. My friends who were similarly troubled were getting no relief from doctors and T did not feel encouraged to throw money away for nothing. By chance I read the story of Robert Yates, of the Klauer Manufacturing Co., of Dubuque, who had a very bad case of rheumatism. 1 decided to try Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills for Pale Peoplo, the remedy he had used. In three or four weeks after beginning to use the pills, I wn much better and in three months I was well. The swelling of the joints and the tenderness disappeared, I could work steadily and for eight years I have had no return of the trouble. My whole family believe in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills." Both ray sous use them. We consider them a household remedy that we are sure about." What Dr Williams' Pink Pills did for Mr. Meukel they are doing for hundreds of others. Every dose sends galloping through the veins, pure, strong, rich, red blood that strikes straight at the causo of nil ill health. Tho new blood restores regularity, and braces all tho organs for their special tasks. Dr. Williams' Piak Pills actually make new Diooei. iney don't net on the bowels or bother with mero sviiintoins of disease. They root out the cause of disease from tho blood itself, it is through the blood that Ur. Willinms' Pink Pills cure paleness, ana? inia. indigestion, headaches, neuralgia, rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica, partial paralysis, locomotor ataxia, failing powers and the irregularities in the health of growing girls and women. Get the genuine Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People at your druggists' or direct from the T)r. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N.Y. yards, high above the charging army mi a and striking tho gruund arris be hind tlie West point goal. I nder ordinary circumstances the army would have hi ought tho ball out Lfl yards, mil with a free kick, have booted It so far back down the Held that the middles -otilil not possibly have rushed It down tlie tli id for a touchdown before tho ganio was called. Rut the cadets never sot this free kick. PROVES A COSTLY FOFL. When Howard made his beautiful punt his ends romped down too field to tackle the army back, who would try to rush tlio ball up the Held again. lint there was Mime one on the army team who did not intend that at least one or the onus siinoiu even got near the army iiiarterback, who was play ing in the deep Hold. This player could not bo Identltled In the dark ness from the itands, but as one of the navy ends reached the army's 40-yard line, ho was suddenly tripped and sent head long over and over along the slippery turf. On the Instant the umpire horn tooted across the Hold. Mr. Wrenn had plainly scon the offense, and had Im mediately called a halt. I'lider the rules the ball wont to Annapolis on tho spot when the tripping was com mitted. And In addlt.oa to tills tin navy team was given 1.1 yards for tlio offence, which is considered one of the most unnecessary bits of roughness in football and Is penalized accordingly. THIS WAS NAVY'S CHANCE. In less than five seconds tho navy was given another chance. Not only had they gained :,." yards on tho play but tho ball was In their possession again, and with the goal ll.io now only 2.1 yards nway. This tlmo tlio army w-s n,,t s,,ff pnouBh l" shock of tho navy's vicious attack. ' Weeks, West Point's- left guard, some ! time before bad been sent from the Igaii' for Mugging, and his place was I taken by Moss, who was not able to tlo the veoinan work that had fallen to his I)n.,Veossnr. Against Moss tho navy sent play after play and then lilt the other side of tho army lino . The army, which bad boon so strong a few moments before, now was ripped through and through, and In seven plunges tho middles carried the ball 'tralght down tho !lo?ei and under the irmy posts. When tho goal was kicked, it was too diyk to continue play, and the game was called. WIIKN TIIK ATtMY SCORED, he scries of plays on which West Point made Its touchdown Miowed n fine attack from close formation, with tho backs carrying the ball, until a crisis was reached, and then Weeks, the big loft guard, was Invariably culled upon to make tho tlrst down It was a grind ing, gruelling utlack, and some one was laid out after every charge Tho longest run on this march lo tho goal Hue was one of six yard", ana for that matter they could hardly bo called runs, as it wis a push and a haul, every member of the team lending a helping hand, The line-up and summary: ANNAPOLIS. WI1ST POINT. Howard, I. e r. o., Gllllspoo Plei-Fol, I. t r. t., Mettlor o'llrleu, I. g r. g Christy t'aiiM'V, e c., Abraham Itolss, c. Shnforth, r. g. ... I. g., Weeks 1. c, Moss 1. t Prvvln , 1. e., Rockwell ,ei. b., Johnson Grady, r. t Wootl worth, r, e Decker, q. b Norton, i. b. Spencer, 1. h. b r. h. h Smith Douglass, 1. h. b r. h b. Beaver Pohorty, r. h. b I. h. h Hill Gormley, f. b f. b,, Tornoy Smith, f b f. h Walklns Score, Annapolis B, West Point c touchdowns, Tornoy, PourIhssj goals from touchdowns, Rockwell, Norton: um pire, Bvarts Wrenn; referee, 15. N, Wrlthlngton; linesmen, A. K. Whiting- and 8. Roper; time, 35m and 25m .periods Lameness In the muscles and Joints Indicates rheumatism. Don't dally with It a minute. Tako Hood's Sar- saparllla and cure it. If tkc Baftr l Cutlla; Tretb, R aura and use that old find well-tried remedy, Mrs. ,.nwlow's .Soothing Syrup for children tectalng. It soothes the child, softens tae gums, nllavs all naln. cures wind colio and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea, Twenty-ftvo conta a buttle. NEWS OF VERMONT Mar Imrortaat nveata areata Krre rres Menders District At torney Jerome to Address Ver moot Newspaper Men. rrom present indications there will bo a largo number of newspaper men In Hut land Saturday evening, December IB, tho occasion being n reunion. A bnnqtiet will bo served at the Ucrwlck. Letters re ceived from nil parts of the Htnte nhow that nearly every newspaper In Vermont will be represented by one or more. DIs trlct Attorney William Travcrs Jerome of New York city has been Invited as one of tho gncslB of honor. ru.ovr:n man inhkiuts $:,o,io. W. Clark of Olover, assistant Judge of the Orleans county court, has iccelved notice that by the death of an uncle, James 1!. King of Chicago, ho has bo come heir to tho sum of $M,0'iO. Of this 110.000 will be paid at once, and Mr. Clatk will receive tho Interest on the rest for IS years; then the principal will revert to iiltu. Mrs, Kllsa Clark, mother of Judge Clark, is also an heir, her share being nu income of tt.Son niinually for the remain dor of her life. DOH KIM. HP IN nKNNtNOTON. Pennington County Clame Warden Parry 'base has discovered unmistakable ol- donco that u doe had been killed within three miles of Pennington village and In plain sight ot a farm house on the Sucker pond road In Woodford. The win den has bad reason to believe that deer have been killed out of season In the town of Wood- fotil and for several days ho has been tramping through the woods at the fool of Harmon mountain Tuesday while trav- lliug over the Sucker pond road, bo no- tlckeri seviral fox tracks leading across tho highway Into the brush skirling a meadow on the farm of William '. Pinko. There weie so ninny tracks thai the war den's curlosliy was aroused. Accordlnfily ho followed the Hail for a distant e of iirt yards across tho 1111 adow ar.d in the edge of tin clearing found the In ad and skin of the tloe. The evidence of law breaking bad been concealed under a pile of brush but had been discovert d and dragged from concealment by the tciMs to be discovered by the warden. The condition or the skin Indicated that the doe had been killed nut later than Saturday of last week. MPS. JKl'DF.VINH'S WILL. In the will ot the late Mrs. M. M. .lentle vino it Is found that from fr.i'O to $lo.'i is left to tho town of Hartford for the support of the library which she gave the town several years ago, and a sum ap proximating PW for the cemetery, tlie In come of which Is to bo used in keeping it in repair. The sum of W or .0'O is left to relatives In Wisconsin and :".ow York, and the remainder to relatives and friends in tills State. SCHOOL POYS VSKD CU1AHKTTKS. Tor some time Superintendent I ursiy of the graded schools In Ludlow has bten receiving complaints from tlie to.ichtr.s of cigarette smoking, which has been go- iiiK on In practically every department. This was varied Ir some cases by pipe smoking and a determined effort was nit!tle to discover where tlio bovs wore buying their tobacco and cigarettes and who was at the lottom e.f t.'o matter. Investigation revealed an astounding con dition of affairs, the cigarette buslorf, having penetrated oven Into the "baby" classes of the lowest prirr'iry room and having I's secret devotee!; In every room of the schools, tho grand total being of a most alirminc character. As the invv expressly forbids the sale of lobaico In nnv fotio to cl'i'ilren nadir sixteen, or eh'aretts to a minor, tlie result was turned over to Grand Juror Skeel.5, who immediately Issued summonses for J. C Gleason, George PrldBO and Kd. IiTiiard, dealers 'nntl Hurley 'Juelos, Tom Pulley and Floyd Keating, accused of buying cigarettes for the boys for a comnus.-lon on tlio purchase. Judge M. R. Puck ap peared for Duclos, Keating and Pcrnnrtl, tho others being unrepresented by coun sel. Keating and Pndgo waived examina tion but the other defendants elected to be tried with the result that all wore bound over to appear In county court next month. The ovldeneo taken hy the Grand Jnroi was of a startling character and demonstrate'! the imperative need of ronie such radical action ns was taken TIIK MISSING PHATTf.KPORO PN- OINlvKP NOT .PItOWNPP. Thomas II. McVeigh, who disappeared from Prattleboro March f.l, was hoard from Friday In a letter to his wife, mailed In New 'Vork. McVeigh was night engineer of the Prattleboro Gas Light Co.'r plant In West Pummorston. P w.ia .supposed that ho fell Into tho Wist river during a freshet and was drowned, ns the machinery was running when the day engineer went to work the next morn ing. CRKAMJSRY IWnNED. The cro'imery huildli'g In Cavendish was destroyed by tire Nov. 29, tO' gr.ther with the machinery and $30.) worth of bobbins, entailing a total Ins of fully fL'.Offl; pattlally Insured, 'the building was owned by Charles Hastings, formerly of Springfield, who bought It last August, and Levi A'len owned the bobbin ma chinery. SUICIPtt IN DORSET. domestic; tragedy occurred near Dorset Nov. 27, culminating In the sul- cldn of John McWnin, who lived on Dorset mountain. MoWnln had boon drinking heavily for some tlmo and Holiday bent his wife so severely that she. left home. An officer went to ar rest McWaln but was refused admit tfiucc to the house by Its armed occu UvcnthcUver- In a majority of caaes, a bad lWer meani a bad head. Fix the llcr and you fii.ththead. 80HENOK' MANDRAKE PILLS A Sura cur for all thcallmenta re. raiting from the lWer. . ,, . Tbey are a sure, permanent relief for IndigeittoD, Coaattpatlon, , Nau tea, Heartburn, Flatulency, Giddi ness, Malaria, Jaundice, etc. Oairaat all VftaMe Akaelutely Hernial, la uae for Seventy Yetra. For sale everywhere. ,38 cents a bos or by asall. Dr. J.H. Schench ft Son. IU" Piano Bargains AT BAILEY'S The Largest and Most Reliable Music House in Vermont. BAILEY PIANO. Mahogany case, Medium size, Never been used. Regular fries 1300. MATEUSHEK PIANO Large size, Purl Walnut Case. Regular $400 Piano. RNABE PIANO Rosewood Case. A good Tlade. 'Si ".mil 175 MORRIS PIANO. Rosewood c.ipe. fpinO A quick Mdltr 'I Ml I vPluu Weh lot e nave a lot more i 1 1 are quick sellers. CASH OR EASY BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS. Y. M. C. A. Building. Burlington, Vt. H. W. HALL. GEN. MGR. pant, and wont nu,is fearing to force an entrance. Witnin a few moments he heard a shot, und supposed It was fireri at him. Rut returning later to tho house ho found McWaln lying dead with a revolver bv his side. Finn IN WATKRVILI.K HOTEL. A slight bl.vo occurred at the Moiin iilri Springs l'.,uxe In Waterviile at six- o'clock Frithr. mottling. The Ins- was about $500 ap, was covered bv Insurance. The origin of the lire is not known but it Is possible th.it a lamp In the office ex ploded. The d. linage was ennfuv d to the I office and two or three looms idoining. There was a ri.inec at tho hotel lust even- I ing. I GAS PLANT FOR ST. JOIlN.SPt'RY. j The village trustees have signed a contract with John R. Dawson of Ilos ton to Install a gn-- plant In the village I of St. John.sbury. Mr. Pawson has boon looking over tlio old creamery build ing at the Portland street bridge with a view of installing the plant there. Mr. Dawson has Installed similar ldiints In Pennington. Springfield and other places in tills State and the other New Pugland Stati s and proposes to soil the product for light, power or heat. A stock company will bo formed and local people will have a chance to tako an Interest In tho new enterprise. Mr. D.'ivvson will hardly bo able to Install tho plant hi fore cold weather, but hopes to have It In operation by next June. WINDHAM lOIW'TY SCHOOLS. SUNDAY The Rev, K. M. Fuller, general secre tary of the Vermont Sunday .School as sociation, will hold a series of Insti tutes throughout Windham county. The following Is the Itinerary: Sunday, December 3, Hollows Falls; Monday, December 4, Athens, afternoon and evening; Tuesday, December fi, West Townshend, morning, afternoon and evening; Thursday, December 7, Wardsbnro, afternoon and evening; Friday. December S, Wilmington, after noon und evening; Saturday, December 8, Putney, afternoon and evening, Tuesday, December VI, Guilford, morn ing .and afternoon; Prattleboro, even ing; Wednesday, December 13, New fane, afternoon and evening; Thursday, December II, Willinnisvllle, afternoon und evening. WORKMAN CL'T IN TWO. In Notion Ilrothers' uunrry No. H, which Is situated in Pawlet, John Grltich. a Hun garian laborer, was instantly killed short- j ly nfter noon Nov. J"i hy a largo trial of slate dronnlni: uoon him. Tlio stone wns being hoisted on a chain out of tho quarry. When high above the pH tlm chain hold-! IliE It slipped, letting tho stonn iliop. It struck Grlnch about tho middle of hi ' body, completely severing the trunk. Dcuth was Instantaneous. 1 ho man hail no family. ClIANGP FOR F.IMTOR IIINDI.llY. The resignation of II. L. Hlndley, man ager and editor of the Vermont Tribune, has been accented, pending appoint ment of his successor. The paper win ue under the personal charge of Mr. Ciauo ind Mr. Hlndley until permanent ar rangements can be made lor its conduct. John P. Corcoran, bookkeeper In the Re former ofllce. Urnttleboro. Is in i.utllow this week and will havn churisc of the, books and astlst in the reporting during the busy beason. Thete will be no present change In thn policy or news-service of the nancr. Mr. Hlndley expecis io iuko a position with the Rutland Herald In the near future. TO MAKB MONl'MBNT FOR GEN. GOMEH Tho firm of Sweeney Rrothers, gr.mllo dealer, of Monlpellci, hns received an order to cut tlio inonutnont to bo erected over the giavo of Gen. Maximo Goon at, the cilebraletj Cuban general. In Ha vana, Cuba. Tho monument Is lo bo built of Windsor Uivcii mid well Ue ull polish- HUNTINGTON PIANO Oak case. Pig trade. Regular Price $2.60. POOLE PIANO Mahogany case, The fine Shape. Regular $3fi0. PACKARD PIANO Mahogany Case. Solid trimmings, etc. Large size. ITERS & POND Mahogany case. Highest Grade. Regular :tfto. 11 1 mi liKe tnese. ihev yi i Lome earr iome early. PAYMENTS. e'd work. The bottonrb.ise Will he 4 ft. 3 . in. sejuaro and the monument when com pleted will stand la foot high. It will have was placed by tho Talntor Construc tion company, of New York and when ready It will bo shipped by boat to Cuba. There are sonio details In the contract icganling the Inspeetion of the work to bo arrangori before the Job Is started, one of these belns In relation to tho in spection of the job. Accompanying tho older wivre also plans for sections of tho tomb that will go with the monument. Gen. Gomez was called tho "Washing ton" of Cuba, having been commandor- i In-chief of the insurgent forces on tho island 'lining the last revolution. He was born In San Domingo In 13. After he accepted terms for disbanding the ln Mtrgont tinny be was impeached from the command but afterwards reinstated. AID FOR RRIGIITLOOIC HOSPITAL. It will be remembered that last Jan uary a meeting was held In the Interests cf Prlghtlook hospital In St. Johnsbury at which time It was stated that nu 'unknown friend" had made tho liberal ,""' "l V"" m warns a nospiini cntinw- tiient fund, on condition that $10,0u0 moro should he raNed within a tlellnlto time. We are now able to announce that this Mend In Mrs. Rebecca P. Fairbanks, who has long served tho hospital as president of the Ladles' Aid association, which has done goood work In connection with tho Institution. Recently Mr. and Mr. Frank 11. Prooks have generously offer ed another f.'.W"'. on condition that a total sum of $:'0,fX) be raised before Jan uary 1, 1907. A canvass has been made, and the total pledges, Including the sums above mentioned, now amount to $13,7."A This is an excellent beginning, but $1,2.Y more must be raised, before success crovvn the effort. FARM PFILDINGS IN WINDSOR PURNKD. Shortly after noon Saturday, as the fam ily was at dinner In the L part of the $5,000 Reward will be paid to any person who can find one atom of opium, chloral, morphine, cocaine, ether or chloroform or their derivatives in any of Dr. Miles' Remedies. This reward is offered be cause certain unscrupulous persons make false statements about these remedies. It is understood that this reward applies only to goods purch ased in the open market, which have not been tampered with. Dr. Miles' remedies cure by their strengthening and invig orating effect upon the nervous system, and not by weakening the nerves. "I consider that there aro no better remedies put up than Dr. Miles Nervine. Antl-Paln Pills, and Nerve and Liver Pills. We hava used them for years, and recommend them to many others. My wife Is using the Nervine, and considers It tho best medicine In the world. A lady friend of mine, who was almost a total nerv ous wreck, through my earnest solici tation has wed several bottles of tho Nervine with wonderful results." WM. CROME, Salt Lake City. Utah. Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills are sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first package will benefit. If It falls, he will return. your money. 29 dotes, 23 cents. Never sold In bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind 0 1225 a 131 house, lire was discovered In tho homo of Walter P. Qulmby In Windsor. All tho buildings except u small barn and corn barn wcro burned, Tho loss was about $H,r,00, partly Insured. Whllo Harvey liar- low, a neighbor about no years old, was on an old ladder helping out out the lire, the ladder broke nntl ho fell several feet to the ground. He was unconscious whcti picked up, He dltd Sunday morning, WOOD ALCOHOL 8FSPHCTKD. Denver Reynolds of Plttslleltl, a mar t-It d man about 11 years of age, dropped deatl on Wednesday night ns ho was ro turning home. The body turned black and there worn suspicions of wood alcohol poisoning. Dr. 1. M, Greene performed an autopsy on tho body and sent the vital oigans and the brain to tho Slate labora tory for examination, Mr. Reynolds Is survived by n wife, a son nine yenrs of ngr, nntl a daughter of two years. It is understood that Reynolds had been drink ing with friends that evening. SIIKRH'F COLLECTING FI'GITI VKH. Last spring or summer, when tho raids were made resulting In tho an est and conviction of a number of peoplo for fur nishing and selling liquor, several llard- wlck partlis suddenly dlsappeaied and have since resided In various pluces. Put they were wanted by tho coutt and Sheriff Winch Is endeavoring to have them nil on hand for the December term. Of the seven or morn wanted all but one have been located. The sheriff returned last Friday from Massachusetts where ho went Tuesday with requisition papers on the governor of that State for three parties. Ho brought back with him two of the partus, man and wife, secitted hi Mllford, Mass. The third party was left at Worcester, Mass., In charge or Massa chusetts officers, on a writ of habeas corpus. Tho panics, all Italians, had made cateful plans to escape discovery and were not pleased when Informed they must return to Vermont In an olllcer's clung". Two we-ks iiro Sheriff Winch was in Pangor, Me., and about IS miles from there found another one of the partus wanted. He has brought several hack from Massachusetts. WAS OLD MIDDLKHURY ALI'MNt'S. With the passing of Dr. James Davie Putler to the great beyond on Monday afternoon, November 20, the last memlxr of the class of ivir, of Middlebury College was nuisti red out. In bis 91st year Dr. Butler died at bis homo In Madison, Wis., his death being due to tho Infirmities of advanced age rather than to any spccltlc Illness. Dr. Putler while past tho four score and ten milestone! In a life filled with events that will cause hlni to be re- membi red, continued to stay in tlie har ness and it was only ns lato as Juno last that ho wrote his last review for the New York Nation, a paptr to which he had been .i contributor feir 16 years. Janice D. Putler, LL. P., wns born In Rutland, Vt.. .March 1.", 115. Ills father who had settled In that village In ITS", was born in Iloston, In which city his llnengo can be traced down to Kit", or seven years after its foundation. Dr. Putler was gradiiatul at Middlebury College In 1836, delivering nt commencement the Latin salutatory and also an oration on "Homer and the Poet. cal Merit of the Iliad." After a year in Yale Theological Seminary ho returned to Middlebury where he served five terms ,'ih a tutor. In IS 10 he tlnishtd the course hi Andover Theological Seminary. DOING PRACTICAL LUMDISRING. Grant Roche ot Poston and John Wliltt gltitl also of Massachusetts both wealthy, have come to Vermont lo benollt their health and incidentally to show the native lumbermen that city men are not afraid of hard work The two men have bought for about $10,00", tioo acres of valuable timber land in Shrewsbuiy and Sherburne, erected a mill upon it, and will spend thu winter cutting tho trees and sawing the lumber for the Iloston market. Clad in leather jackets, roiiRh woolen pants and moccasins, like the Vermont lumbermen, they .shoiihhr their axes every morning ot daylight and keep up all day with thu best of tluir employes hi cutting down tlio big trees. Tlie tract which these men have bought contains one ot tlio few forests of primeval spruce timber In tho Stun. They will cut none but tho largest tries. So determined are tiny to preserve tho fort-t with a view to having big tim ber to sell for years to come that ofteis fop several thousand young Christmas trees wero refused this fall There is one piece of woods that contains .) spruce trees measuring eight Inches through, Those will be peeled and shipped as masts. SHOULD RAIS12 DRAFT HORSES. "Higher prices than ever lit fore are being paid for good draft horses, for farm and rlty use," said a Fowler horse dealer, in conversation with a reporter. "This should bo suflicient Incentive for the farmer and stockman to give particular care to a few colts each year. Good draft horses are sure to bring exceptionally good prices for sevctal years to come. Pvery Indication of the market is upward. The draft colt, or the mule, is tlie animal for the farmer to raise. There is much less risk from blemishes than there Is in, raising a roadster or a. carriage horse. In choosing a sire for the draft colt, my ndvice Is, do not choose ono that Is so loaded with fat that every defect Is cov ered. Rather choo.-e one thnt has had moderate work or plenty of exercise, and is In good, thrifty condition. A colt from such a sire Is stronger and Is almost sure to make a better hote." SHOULD SELL POTATOES EARLY". Potatoes may retail at $1.10 before tho end of another week, but It Is thought that tho bottom will fall out of the corner soon and prices will tumble. A farmer who lives on tlie Creek load to Proctor thinks that the majority of farmers aro making a mistake in holding their stock ftn hlttll prices. Ho had tho following to say "It Is my experience mai, ono jear with another if wo can got M cents a liUbhcl light fiom tlie Held, we might bet ter let them go than to put them In tho cellar and run the risk of low prices In the spring, such as wu saw a few months ago. The shrinkage, nl-o. amounts to considerable. Handling over two or throw tlines, Is another item of expense. Hotter let them go at half a dollar In tho fall. and bo sine of It, than to run the risk ol storing." SUSPECT KLEPTOMANIA. .lumen Kills of Knot Montiellrr Fume Has !lirien Again. Monlpeller, Dec. 1. James Ellis, i-nld to be tho ring leader in the scries of bur glnrles of late among the farmers of East Montptlier, and who ton flays ugo wim iclcaM-d Horn Jail on WO bail, is back with Sheriff Tracy again. Ellis Is now charged with stealing property belonging lo Henry Cutler of Roxbury, his grand father, whom lie has been visiting stnen he wus iiltascd fiom Jail. Inasmuch as tho property stolen by him In this and other Instances has brrn of little value Including such articles as matches, shoe laces and like pit nder It is believed by those who know Ellis best that he la ef kleptomaniac, and It l probable that be. fore ho Is tried on any of the charges of laiceny now standing nmilnst him lie will be taken to the State hospital Tor tho In sane at Waterhury for observation 'Shotgun" Foster, who is now In tho Host Beyond Miel. If it Were Not for Burlington In dorsement People Might Be Skeptical No wonder people douht, So many statements are mnrte. Statements Indorsed by strangets. From peoplo living in distant towns. Don't know them and can't see them. Such Indorsement has a hazy aspect. Purllngton people want local proof. That's what vvo have here. It's not beyond belief because It can ba proven. Read a local citizen's testimony. Frank C. Gillette of 39 St. Paul stieet says : "For ten years I had a woal: back and ono never rieo from pain. Many a, time I had to brace mjself with mv hands to move nl all and groaned and tried frequently. For years unable to do any heavy lifting, which other men around mo wero doing, till on .ictount ot my back and It Kceins to me vvnen i think ot It I uid almost everything cr;- iierd of besides wearing plasters, yet lemtilned In Just the same condition. At last my at tempts to liml a cure wero rewarded. From W. J. Henderson's drug store I obtained a box of Do.in - Kidney pills. They went right to the spot The kid ney sicretlons which used to he thick and highly colorul, cleared up, the buck ache went away and I had riot the least Indication of any Irritation In my Kid neys, To prove It I carrtod tmrdn'ris ot pounds on my hack and felt no Incon Venienee afterward. For sale by all dealers , price 'A cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Puff.ilo, N. Y., solo agents for the United statrs Remember the nn tin Do.in s and take no substitute. asylum for that purpose, was mixed nfl with Kills In the Fast Montpelicr bur glaries. PTOMAINE POISONING. Yon n ic Girl In Itiimlnlph Dead Cnnilj In SllNpeeled. Randolph. Dee. 1. The community was saddened to-day on learning of the death of 1'ula, the clr?ht years old daushler ol Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walcott. who lives on Propcct avenue. Miss F.ul.v attended school Widnesday and appeared to bo In her uual veiori health. Wednesday evening she was taken very suddenly ill and died Thursday night. During her short illness she snffere-d intense agony and had several spells ot convulsion The cause of her de.it'.i wns potnmniti" poisoning. It Is thought bv the glrN parents that the poisoning was due a candy which the child ate It Is knowi that the child purchased one cent s wort'i of canriv, which was shared vv tli ' r play-mate, Helen Ranney, daughter Mrs. Harry Chase and that the l,h Ranney girl wns also III Wednesday 'v evening, but her Illness has been ri'h t serlnii". As yet no action hai bee. '.itvi hy the health officer to detenu r the cause of the death. Pjlng of Famine Is. Ill Its torments, like dying of consump tion. The progress of consumption, froti the beginning to the very end, is a lontr torture, both to victim ami friends. "When T had consumption In Its tlrst stage," writes Win. Myers of Coarfos. Mil., "after trying dlflerent modi' iks ml a good doctor, In vain, I at last took Pr. vine's Now Dlsoetvelv. whli-li miliiU-U- and perfectly cured mo" Promnt rehej and sure cure for eoushs, colds pnrr throat, bronchitis, etc. Positively pre vents pneumonia. Guaranteed at J vt O'Sulllvan's drug store, priee Vie. a"d ?l 1 a bottle. Trial bottle free. All dr-iguis's THE ACME OF LOVE. Teacher-Can you tell me the ffer ence between 'like" and "lcve" Small br.y Yes. ma'am. 1 l.ke on- f ithe; and mother, hut I love pic Ram s Horn YOUR FAMILY HISTORY SHOULD BE PRINTED WE MAKR A SPECIALTY OF GENS OLOOlCA WORK. FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, BURLINGTON, VT. estati: of nrsniirii: i.ahmev ot t il VIll.OTTH. We. the subscribers, having been np pointed by the Honorable the Piob.it- Court for tho district of Chittenden commissioners to receive, examine ant. adjust the claims and demands of nl' persons against the estate of George Lnrtney, late of Charlotte, in s.uc district. deceased, nml nl 'o al claims and demands exhibited In offsc thereto; and six mouths troui ttie ii,i of tho date hereof being allowed b. said court for that purpose, vvo di therelorr hereby give notice that vvv will attend to the duties of our np- polntinent at the residence of W It Dean in r ot risuurgn, v i., in s.mt uis. trier on the third ednesila.v s of De cember and .May. next, at 10 o'eloel n. m.. on each of said (lavs. Dated this ITtU day of .Novotnner 1905. EDWARD FOI SOM. FAYETTE Hl'PHEL 21,w3t Comnilssionors, ESTATE OF MAHflAHUT .1. IJIlUlill. TON', CHARLOTTE. We, tho subscribers, having been np pointed hy the Honorable too Probatt rn,,,- tnr iha Tilstrlet of Chittenden Mmnila.lnn.ra In reenlv examine and UUJUM Kliv lunula UU. ,tv ,,,,, ,w. w. ... persons against the ettato of Margate! J. F.dgerton, late of Charlotte. In Hit ana aomanua uxiuuio-u iu vu. ,,ivi in nn.1 ! months from the dav of tht Aatm hapint helncr nllowedbV said COlirt for that purpose, wo do therefore hero ki nnilfo that we will attend tl the duties of our appointment at th nie or tho town clerk in Charlotte, in said district, on tha third Frldayi nf December and May. next, at ten o'clock a. m., on each of said days. Dated this 20th day of November, ,!l0" JOHN H THORP. STANTON WILLIAMS. 2i,wSt ConiinUsloncis.