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rillO BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 190fi.
Tlw now ntlliiu Allen club house Will
tin own open for the urns ot members
Satutdny evening and 11 large, luuulier
wore piesonl. Tin' formal opening will
I he name of Charles l Hpn ulri Iiift
of Mnlletts Hay Is mentioned 111 con
nection with others mm ii citndldulo
for the office of selectman of the town
A petition for illvoii'o was filed yes
terday in the cniinly clerk's office, by
Clnra (' Norton of HuiitlliKtnn vs.
Vri'il ii. Norton. The grounds alleged
arc non support.
The body of 1'uill ii., Mil- three
month? old pen of Mr. mid Miy. 'I'. H.
Sillily of Decatur street, wns' tuken
lesterdny inornlniT to Itutlaiid, wheru
Interment was mnde.
I'lmrles Fountain, :i hoy II years old,
was before Justice .1. T. Stearns Haltlf
d.iy for truancy, lie was sentenced to the
industrial school nl Voigotmes for the re
m mnli r id Iii.- niliioitty.
i inn Liberty wn before Judge
Mom r jestenluy tor being druill. lie
1 ' nded guilty nil was lined $: nnd
ots of $?.7!i. lie will solve the tiller-
I Hi si'iiti'lici of ten ilnys In J:ill.
The nmrrliiKe of f S. fi, Chary nnd
Miss l.ouie Palmer, daughter of Mr. ami
Mis ( S. I'iilnirr, will take place nt
Si Paul's Church ill eleven o'clock on
n motnlng of Tuesday February .
The eii!-e of Mnigaiet Khortslceves and
Anna u'Nell vs. Frank Dupaw was tried
Saturday before .lattice J. T. Steams.
II wns an acti'in of i .lectinent and judg
nient was rendered for the plaintiff to
reeolir ilumagi s of J.'il and costs of $3.5.
lol. a Hammond was arrested Turk
1 v hv lifpmv Shrilll Knvllii on a
h.irsr of j ton support. He w.is arraign
d before .lattice 1'. (1. Webster, w!io
-ontlnui d (lie iii-e it month, Hammond
l.ll nrpii n.inl, pi evident of St. John
l.ipt'fi fin lt at.il Mrs. P. II. I'asey were
i tried at !-'t Joseph's C'liui I'll by Mgr.
M ( loaiu .a four o'elo"!; Saturday aft
ir mot. flu left on the OMti train ffatur
I i evening for a wi tiding tour In Can-
'I wo pilitlnns in baukrutitcy were
Tilnl vestrrday. I.afa Smith, a labol or
if Marion has liabilities of $1.17. 'JO anil
to iff Unbolt llafey. a iliarry-
, ii of Hethel. has liabilities of $70. 114
ml . -els of fts, of which illft are
'l.i n.i d eempi.
I.iilurt Jlrnd nf Drew street nnd Miss
ikiI i.i Deliim of Ninth avenue wcio
III I ml I H'mI.i.v night at six o'clock at HI.
Josephs Chimb by the At. Kev. Mgi.
Clouiii Following the ceremony n re
ceptlon w is held at the home of the
bi b at s? Noi Hi avenue.
The country roads about the city aie
d"i p with mini and or, some of them a
horre la s dilln ulty in drawing a loadid
vv.iR.in. Streams aie running full and
until' is rushing down the mountain
lilts. Man farmers along the. Wllliston
road weie plowing .vcsterd.iy.
X W. Winner of l.oomis street has
i Ived news of tlie death of his sis
ter, M.iry, In Illinois on Saturday last.
Miss Warner took a course of train
ing in the .Mary Fletcher hospital and
followed tin- pMifes.-Ion of a trained
nurse hue for several yais.
The trains on the Central Vermont
railway were all late yesterday morn
ing and the train on the It. I,, divi
sion was about an hour behind time.
Passenger-' on that train leporleil that
tin Lamoille river was en ertlowlng
Hie meadows In many pi, ices,
fUr ilr'U at tic Armory hist evening
i nun 'nr of nie.iilnrs of I'oinpji.y M
met iMil organized the Arinn Hinging
bill, I' K I gnull will be director and
1 enl ii II l'.ilk"l', m.inagi r. The club
starts- mil w th .1 membership of 'X. lic
it ars. Is will l.e held i very Wednesday
nftir drill The club expects to give en
I rtninmenl" later.
A letter li been received In this city
finm tin -iii-ill dausliter of Dominlek
Magi nza, vv in died some time ago ll
Italy Mr Magenzn was injured l.ist
spilns wi. Ii working on the medical
college hiiildim.. After he had lccovci
id si ttU1 in ly t" be about he returned
to ltal.v with his family, where he died
from tin efl t- of his injuries.
Tin wnini spill whlih prevailed
sinei Satin day culminated Tuesday in
a. maxiiii'im temper.iture of id, ..,e ilist
, nn 11 at thermometers have reKisteied
hove i'i in liut'lliu.'ti'tu in .lauuaiy
i at least r.ii years. Uui in the
i 1 1 in ri Hie wind fhaiiKcd to the not t Ii
ind a heavv rain was aceoiiipanlcd by a
!,ill in temtieratuie.
in the earner of J'eail street and Wi
ll nis; avenue, where all the car lines
I eet the W ('. T, I', lunch und wnit
'i L' roiim iiff nils a pleasant stoppini;
J for all who ib-sire test nnd re
f i i s m nt, and a convenient place In
win in leu.i paekaRcs, IncronshiK
patron k. mul friendly t' stlinonlals arc.
tnconrari, , io I he temperance forces,
Mrs ,li eph t'ola died j eslei day morn-
' - It i I' ell o chil li at hi'i- liiim,. :il
Mallei is li.i.v
Mid hail been
Sic was in vciirs ol iiire
ill about ten dnvs with
rhronii a-istrilis Sin- is survive .1 hv m
band, i mntliir and nine children.
The funeral will be 1 1. lit Saluidiiv mom.
it; al nine o'clock finm si. Joseph's
bun h. with Inleiiiieut in Alt, I'.ivalrv
1 1 ctery.
Mi all 'lav s
i-oiifi repel under ti
American boaul of
for fnrclKii iiilssinus
h'list Church on Tin-s.
niisplci ol Ihe
romnussloners was helii at tin
da,v. It belli"; the initial mcutliiK of a
n-rks of r.a in liudlUK cities n tin:
country. Addresses were made by si v
iral prominent missionary worker" and
tril.'i, with which to prosecute the- wotk,
ivus raised at tho evening session.
James f''lt;slmmons of Cherry sin t
and M s Mary Sullivan of South M..i
tii '.licit wen lu.i'Tli'il on Saturdi.'
morn iik at St. Maiyi C.ilhnlial by t,,
Itiv, P J ll.irrett. The brlih sinald w.is
Msn Anna llnnaril and tlio best luan
wns William Sullivan Thu bride v.ore a
rose coloicd (.'own and carried a hoiin I
of white carnations. PnllowinK tho cni
m ny n reception wns held at the lion
of the bride. Mr. and Mrs, FltzHlmmons
left on Saturday evenhiK for Worces
ter, Mass., where they will reside.
Col, J. Cl ray Hstny, cninmnndlnc oflieer
Df the First ermont .National (lUard,
has if eel veil Instructions that Capl. (), W,
Klrkpatriek, louunuudlna ollh er of 'I'liiiip
I,, rah i ivaliy, al tlie military post, would
lusnii! Ihe eriiiont National (iuaid, 'I'hc
....... In. ,i ..'III HI ('III' illllllli. HCVI lin-illi
l'hi dates lor !h" Inspeellon of the viul
sus companies will ho miuouneeil Inter hi
Jl oriu 1 iioiii in iicaoiiiiii rii'i n in nit
a un hi e Nation. il (lu-'iril, Caplnn K'nK
iilrhk mudo a si.r'Um- InspcctJuu liinl
The Itch Fiend
That Is Salt Rheum or Eczema, -ono of
the outward manifestations of scrofula.
It comes In Itching, burnlni?, oozing, dry
ing, anil scaling patches, on the face, head,
bands, legs or body.
It cannot be cured by outward applications,-
blood must bo rid of tho Im
purity to which it Is due.
lias cured the most persistent and difficult
cases. Accept no substitute for Hood's; no
substitute acts like it.
THE COLLEGE STREET CHURCH
Annual 1'nrlnli tintlirrlnir l,nmt tvvenlni;
Ilepnrls of OITIix-rs ami ('oiiiimII-i-i-
The annual parish KiilherliiK ot tin;
College Street C'oliKrepatlonal t'laireh
was held last evening mid It was the
most sueeessful i?atherlnp of the. kind
since thesi meelluu-s were Instlltlted.
At six n'elock the mi'inbers of the
ehun'h and eoiiu'irKiitlou ussembled dn
the auditorium of th" church, where a
brief season was devoted to the ex
cliatiKe of social courtesies.
Those present then repaired to the
parlor,'! of the church, where the- ladles
had prepared a bountiful repast. A
series of tables extended the entire
length of the lecture! room nt which
the members of the concrcsfiillon were
seated and, after t?raec had been said
by the Kev. Kilvviiid 1 luiiKerford, a
very appetizing: supper was enjoyed.
At the conclusion of the supper the
tallies weie rapped to order by Prof,
(1. II. Perkins, senior deacon, who re
ferred briefly to the RratlfyliiR' condi
tions In which the church found Itself
at the present time. He then called
foi reports of officers and committees.
The report of the clerk of the church
was made by ProT. Isaac Thonius. Tho
report of (lie Heasurer, II. 11. lllekok,
who Is ill, was read by Dr. Harry It.
Perkins. Tlie report for the society
was made by the Hon. Hubert Huberts,
president of that organization; lor tin
Woman's l'nlon, by .Mrs. O. H. Mason;
lor the Sunday school, by Supt. I", S.
Pease; for the Y. P. S. ('. K., by
Piof. H. 1). Hutlertleld; for the com
mittee un public worship, by President
M II. liuckhiim; for the Adams Mission
by 1". S. Pease; for the welcome eom
mlttee, by A. 1. Iloodhue; for the out
look committee, Charles T. Harney; foi.
the missionary committee, Dr. II. H.
After the reception of reports the
annual rental of pews took place, with
lesults assurliif? for the comiiiK year.
Tlie ladles of the chinch deserve espe
cial credit for the extent to which they
contributed to the success of the par
FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED.
Moniacli of Mnffeinl Hoy Sent tit
l.nlioriitnrj for Kinniluiitlon.
Because it Is believed that Henry
Hradley, a jouiik boy of South Straf
ford, met his death hy foul means, his
stomach has been sent In the State lab
oratory of hygiene In this city for ex
amination. Although Prof. II. I,. White,
the elu mist, lias not yet made an analysis
the Indications are that the stomach Is
This boy died several days uro, very
suddenly. Al the older of Chli f Judge
Howell the stomach and contents were
sent to the State laboratory. State's At
torney M. M. Wilson of Itandolph Is
woiklni; on the case but it Is not expect
ed that anything of consenuence will de
velop until the result of the examination
Is made known.
About a year aso Mr. Hradley died
very suddenly. He hud been workhiK in
the woods anil received a sllsht cut. The
follovvhlK day he tiled. Soon after his
death rumors of foul play weie nol.-td
abroad but iclliini; of Importance) de
veloped. The sudden death of the hoy
has set everyone In the community talk
inii and the repoit of tlie chemist is
awaited witli etienie Interest.
ENTIRE STOCK SOLD.
(ioiiils III Iteeinnn More I'urelinsed by
NcKotintlons were closed yesterday by
U. Slmontl for the I'.oyal with li. P..
lei uiaii & Co.. whereby the entiro stock
of thlK company was purchased by The
Koyal. Tho store of P.. H. Heeinan & Co,
must bo vacated by April 1. In Kivo room
for tlie new bank. The Hny.il will besrln
a hliT general clearance sale In u short
time to close out tho entire lieeman stock.
'I he lioods will not be moved fioni their
.Hi-scut location until sold.
The Hoyal has been in business tor
Ihe past six years and tills sale will be.
the laigest on lecord for the firm,
Mr. Hcemaii will leniain In the store and
assist in disposing of th" stock. He ban
been In business for 1." years, His future
plans, other than takhip a much-needed
lest, havo not been formed.
Till". VHXHTl.t.V lll,IM ( l.
Tile UIIUUiil mretliiK of tho liurlliiKlnu
Venetian lllind lomp.iny was held at
the unlet! of Hie Kilns Lyman Coal com
pany yesterday afternoon. The follow
iiiu directors were elected: Klias l.yniau,
Wlllin-d Crane, D. (!. Crane, Henry
Wells, j. V. flr.int, J.'. A. Pope and J.
A. Ifalilvvln, At n subseniiint meetlni;'
of directors, olllcers weie elected as fol
lows: Piesidcnl, Kllas lyman; vice
president, David i. Crane; treusuier, Kd
vviird A. rope; srciotary, Ailhur li,
YOU WILL SAVE
IF YOU POSTPONE EVERYTHING ELSE TO
w Greatest Red
You will find a large R-jd Tag on ever article in our double stores and basements,
denoting a genuine reduction in plain figures of
1-3 to 1-2 LESS THAN THE REGULAR PRICES
"Burlington Furniture Co.
(Ciiiillniied from flr( puce)
"Some Uxpeiiiuents In Treo Planllng."
He said the exiietinieiits of which he
would speak were conducted upon the
university farm on land presented to the
InsllHllloii M yems iiko by President
Wheeler. 11 Is most appropriate that this
land should he devoted to expel Invents
111 tiee plnnthiK, Inasmuch ns President
heiier himself was an caKcr and in
tellli;enl student of trees,
The expel Iments bi'Kiin uboiit nine
years iiko and nine, vatletles of trees hnvo
been tried f)f these, the locust and
white pine have proved to be by far tho
bed. While tho locust Is promising for
some soils, the white pine is best for
tlio sandy soil found mound Biiiiltmlim.
Thu best success has come from lives
taken from nursery rows which In eight
years have l cached a height of nlno
feet nnd which nre now growing from
two to three, feet a year.
Similar plantations In other pails of
New Kngland have In 10 years atlnlncd
a growth which made them ready for
box boards They havi averaged to pro
duce 10 cords to the acre on the stump
und are worth $1 pi r cold. This value,
of $mi is to be placed against a totnl
investment Including taxes and Interest
ol but lltle over $'.C per acre The au
thorities of the I'lilverrlty of Vermont
me convinced that thy ran make no
belter Investment than to extend this
tree planting on a. lonunerclal scale and
this will be done In the spring.
The speaker closed hy saying It Is hard
to get good seedlings nt present nt rea
sonable prices, us stock Is now Imported
mostly from the western States" and from
l'lurope. He strongly urged the develop,
mi nt of a nursery by the Stae to fur
nish such seedlings nt cost i
The last speaker was Dr. Fernovv.
1II. FFHNOW'S ADDItKSS.
The topic ot tho speaker was "(!ov em
inent Activity In 1'otestry Mutters" Ho
pointed out that tho Impoitant loss,
which was otten permanent, resulting
from the destruction und devastation of
forest growth on non-agiiciitural soils,
Is the ileciease of productive and tax
able ana, which necessitates the greater
burdens to be placed on 'the productive
lands and other Interests. Ho showed
that the .statistics of agricultural devel
opment In Vermont mado It clear that
not more than about one.tlilrd of the
State was tit for (arming, leaving over
three end on" half million acres, which
is lit only for timber growing, anil which
undi r proper management could soon be
made to produce it continuous revenue
of say two to four million dollars and
Dr. 1'Vtnnw discussed nt greater length
the propriety and necessity of govern
ment Interest not only, hut finally of
government ownership and luuiingotnctit
of tlie cut-over lorest and waste ,n-as,
which have lost interest for luivate en
terprise. He advocated the gradual ac
quisition of those lands by contracts with
the juesent owners, tlie funds to be pro
vided by Issue ot long-time bonds, the
bonds to Ijcgln paying accumulated Inter
est when the lands besin to furnish a
revenue. In this way the future which
is to lie benelltid would pay for the
beni'llt. and the owneis of waste lands,
which nic a detriment and menace to
the State's Intel est, would receive event
ually uileiiiale compensation. History
in other count! les, the speaker said, had
shown that ultimately all efforts to In
duce private foiest owners to manage
th-ir properties for continuity had f.ilie-1,
or produced only Inadequate n suits; and
he could not see any reason why this
should not be even more suttiy the ex
perience in the I'tiltcd States whore ni
inediate prollts from Investments appeir
alone attractive. The slow returns,
though sure, which come from tlie- lor
estry business, make tile long-llveii state
or mmiiiipalitv. which alone have an in
terest In tne distant lutiuo,' the only lit
persons to engage in the forestiy on u
huge scale. Farm fiu-stry on small
wondlots was of cour-e, tn be eneour
.ic"l, but this could never satisfy the
lar-'er needs of a lumber market and
the broader Ir.len ts of the State. The
iilflereuces in methods nnd results be
tween forestry on extensive mountain
areas and on small wondlots the speaker
likened to the difference between run
ning a blacksmith shop and a steel mill.
In conclusion the speaker congratulated
th" association for having begun its
movement so recently, when so much
more knowledge and intelligence regard
ing fonstry matters exists among tne
public avoiding tlciehy the long period
o propitiation which other niormcrs had
to pass through and nv ildlng the neces
sity of the many Iniffectual tentative
Incidentally the speaker deplored fi
peclally conditions in the Statu of Now
Vol k, which darted 20 years ago w::n
good promise by creating a State pie
serve und providing an administration
for the same, which to this day has re
mained most Inadceiiiate.' by losing sight
of the economic value of the preserve
and leaving it without technic il manage,
n.ent He scorcil us deplorable and dis
graceful the political and personal in
trigues which had led to the suspun
sion of the New York State College, or
Forestry at Cornell Fnlverslty, tho flrt
tci huical forest school in the United
Slates, of which ho had been the direc
tor TWO MASONIC MEETINGS.
M lliillnml Xi'it Tuesday nnd nt
.Nnrlhflrlil February (I,
The annual meeting of the fourth Sln
sonii' dlstrii.t will ho held at llmmud next
Tuesday, Ik ginning at two o'clock, Tho
180-184 Pearl Street.
piogramme will be as follows:
p, in, Opening of M, M. Lodge nnd
culling lo refreshment by Older Lodge,
No. .14, C. Ii. Dye, W. M.
Calling to labor on the A. K. degree
and exemplifying woik of snmn by Mount
Morlnh fridge, No. !, ii. It. Ahlrlch, W.
llchentsal of (Irs I section of A. II. de
gree, lecture by Oiler Creek Lodge, No.
I). J. Unrnes. W. M.
llehearsal of second nnd third sections
of A, K. degiec, lecturfl by Chipmnn
Lodge, No. 62, It. 1''. Waldo, W. M.
llevitw or work by W. lluv. Henry li.
Million, grnnd led tiler.
Oiling to labor on K. ('. degree and ex
emplifying work of piitne by Morning
Slur Lodge, No. ."7. C. W. Hntker, W. M.
llelienrsnl of 111 st section of F. C. lec
ture by Marhlo Lodge, No. Thomas
JIi'MInn, Vv M.
Heview of woilt by W. Hev. Henry U
lin Hon, Brand lecturer.
llefresliiuents will be served In the. Tem
ple from six until 7:10 o'clock.
At ";.l(l o'clock p. in., lodge will bo called
from it frcshnients to labor on the. third
degree, by Ccnler Lodge, No. 31, C. L.
Dye, w. jr.
llecepllon ot gliind lodge officers lit 7:1.
to be followed by exemplification of woik
of M. M. degiee by Center Lodge, No. SI,
C. L. Dye. W. M.
Ilelieaisal id lint section nf M. jj, de
gree, lecture by Holland, No. 7.), 11. K.
Yarrington, W. SI.
ltehcarsal of second section of M. St.
degree, lectuie by Kurcka. Iodge, No. 73,
T. AV. Coulman. W. SI.
The third M. Sf. lecture will be ex
plained by W. Hro. I'. C. Spooncr of St.
I'nul's Lodge, No.
Review of work by W. He.v. Henry L.
Million, grnnd lecturer.
Addresses of grand lodge officers and
Lodge closed In form by Center Lodge,
A light lunch will be served In the Tem
ple nt the close of the meeting.
MASONS AT NOimiriKLD.
The annual mi ding of the Sixth Sla
sonle district will be held at Northfleid,
Tuesday, February li. The piogtamme
will be as follows:
At L':S0 o'clock p. in. A lodge of mas
tor Slasons will be opened by DoWItt
Clinton Lijdge, No. IT., and lodge called
to refreshment. Lodge called to labor
on F. A. degiee nnd work exeinplllled
followed by the lectures hv Wlnooskl
Lodge. No. P, F. It. Kellogg. W. SI.
Heview ol tlie work by W (I rand Lec
turer Hev. Henry L. Hallnu.
At f, o'clock p. m. Lodge called to re
freshment, and a baneiud will be served
by the ladles of Naomi Chapter, O. H, S.
At 7:.':0 o'eloek p. ni. Lodc called to
labor on the SI. SI. degree.
Heceptlon or tlriind LndRe olllcers
Kxemplllication of tlio work of the F
C. degree, lollowed by tlio lectures by
Auroia Lodge, No. 12, S. H. Colby, W.
Heview of the work by W. (irand
Lectin it Hev. Henry L. li.illou.
i.oiai, Ti:in:it..vci': i.::i;ni.
The lliirllngton Loyal Temperance
Legion with reviving interest has lately
held more Interesting and helpful meet
ings than usual, In which the young peo
ple have arranged their own temperance
programmes ami have carried them out
very ciedllably to the msi-lves. A good
influence has resulted in favor of sign
ing the temperance pledge and tlie edu
cation from week to wek against the
uses of intoxicants anil narcotics gives
promise for many total ahslaineis In
the future. Tho ymmgi offictlff m c Jas
per Toiisley, piesidcnl; H'.itiice Snyder,
secretary, anil Xi.on Hung, treasurer.
-' i '?j 1
1 OINTKD PAHAORAPHS.
True charit.v has no strings attached.
Fresh paint show's up hi aer on fences
than on faces.
No man knows all theie Is to know
about his business.
When a man Is too busy to be happy
lie is to be pitied.
It is time to look out when a thing will
not bear looking
H'onoiny l the lo-nl to wealth and
it's a hard road to travel.
A ton of coal now Is bitter than two
tons uf granite herealtcr.
Slany a man's business I due to the
fact thai he has -i boas wile.
When a man Is in love h- thinks ho Is
cnlitlul to m. liar's license.
A girl's uiia of a coward Is n youns
man who Is afraid to propose.
lirevily may la; the soul of wit, but
when a man is shod It's no joke.
Some women spend half their time
quarreling and tlie other half gosjping.
A "surprise: party" is one to which tho
undesirable neighbors ale not Invited.
It isn't always the man with Hie high
est forehead that makis the most of his
At the age of sixty a man may not
look to bo more than forty hut what's
It might bo well for parints to re
member that spoiled children come homo
When a girl dirts with a man she
makes a fool of herself and tries to make
a lool of him.
How we live may he a mystery to
some people, hut why some people live
Is a mystery to us.
The wise old hen chuckles to herself
when she sees a man ttjlng to make a
fortune with an Incubator.
If husbands and wives loved each
other us they lovu themselves there would
be no need of divorce courts.
A spinster siiys all angels aro beard
less because even the best men get into
heaven only by a dose shave.
If a woman says "This is so sudden"
when a man proposes, he knows she Is
a pernicious fabricator, but naturally
he is too polite to my so.Cih'ago News.
ATTEND OUR ,
As iisiinl, exhibitors ol' butter using
inviinls by winning tlie.
at rneli of tlie following Stale Dairymen's Conventions, lultl reeenlly:
x.iAINE - Pittsfield, December 5th, 6th and 7th, '05.
NEW HAMPSHIRE - Lisbon, December 7th and 8th, '05.
MASSACHUSETTS - Northampton, December 13th and 14th, '05.
VERMONT - Burlington, January 9th, 10th and 11th, '06.
Tlie nbove yielories are but duplieates of what DE LAVAL users buve necomplislietl nl jiraeiitally
every Convention held within the pnst ten yenrs. Through these enntintt"! ielnries il bus been fori
elusively proven that the "Alpha-Disc" system of separation combined with Ihe lo'w speed n:' tl,
DE LAVAL bowl is unsurpassed for producing cream Hint will ninke Ihe highest set. ring buller. A I
other separators havo been completely out-distanced by reason of their impractical bow? construction
ami excessive speed.
Results tell, if you are not already using a DE LAVAL machine, would it not lie good biiMie .-s
to arrange to do so at once'J illustrated catalogue and full particulars jent on reipie&t. Write to-d.i'v.
THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO.
2VKW KXCIiA.MI AfiKM'Sl
STODDARD MFG. CO.,
NEWS OF VERMONT.
More Important Brent Grouprd for
I'ri-i' l'rpi lli'iulirr Vnunc Mini
Til rem i; from ll SIi-IkIi ninl In
Monday I'wnlm,' I'liunlo Allen wlilloj
driving Willi !i yniniK huly e.-aiim to tlir?
Irem hrlelKO In Went Huwn, rrnsylnt; tin; I
lliiblmrdlim river nt n qitle-k trot, .ind the
lint'Mu allied. Allrn wns thrown out nnd ;
Ids liond Htnicit n holt on tin- bririRC,
killini; 1 1 1 1 ii lii"t!itilly. Il who iIiiicrimI
hy tho lines nonius thu hridco mid sit
nr elpht rodn up tho hill. The nnlmiil
wns ilnnlly stop-ioil hy tho youni; wom
an. Tho pirl drove to tlv Inmpe of'
Mr. (hiidner, who with sivnil nolpli-hoi-N
returned to tho m i no of tho neoi
dent. They found Allen's hody In the
road with n terrlhle senlp wound nml
other outs nhout the he-nd. H was e:n
ried to tlio (tnnliier house, where the
youiiK mini had woiked for more than,
a ye.;ir. nnd his parents were notified. He
was n son of Lewis Allen of I'.ilr Haven.1
He was employed for n time In the jewelry
stole of A, D. Urlsteil, liurliliKton, mid thOj
liody wns earned to ins house, nr. r-apfs
of h'alr Haven was sent for. Tlie hody
was taken home to Vnlr Haven Tuesday.
Tlie hnrl.il will he Thursday, the Hev.. II.
M. Donulas of Wot Haven officlatinf.-.
THItKB JU'lTS AO A INST STOI'K"-
KtoekhlidKo has hern sped hy tlie syn
dl'iite nr symposium of tho White lllver
Valley Klectrie Hillro.nl eonip.uiy. Three
wiits have been served. The lirst in
the Windsor county court of chuni-ei y
June term of l.ini, the petitioner, or "ora
tors." belli"; Samuel Williams mid IVanh
I, l'nluo. tocMvir, ete. Sorvlee mado
Deo. Hi, Ilia",, '1'ijo s eoiid is an notion
In l.n' at June term of Windsor county
court. The While lllver Vulley KIcct lie
Itailro.id I'linuiany and Frank 1". 1'aiKo.
lueclver, hi inn the. plaintiff -. Papers
in this case weie served )eieml)"r
The third Is u sumnions hi eliaiie'ei y,
.1 Hillary 11, lo Ihe town of StoeklnidKe
hy Samuel Willlnm.i und Frank H. I'.iIro,
reeeivi r., ele., to aiipear hefoio the 1'nit
ed States circuit court for the iliMiiol
of Vermont, nt Hurllmtlon, l'ebru.iry .",
h'fii. It Is suppo-nl the town will be
loaded upon the cars ot the "Pea Vine '
railroad and trundled to Hurllncton at
that time, but as Ion? as the Queen City
can entertain six conventions in one
wool:, so well, a small town like Stoek
Inldqe will have no fonts In toward to its
ai.u.'ukd i.MpasTon cAraiiT.
A man believed to be an Impostor with
mi extensive record has been taken to
Jail in I'lielseii for Imprisonment from
Washington, where he was arrested nt
the home of Mary Kastman hy Sheriffs
SpriiKtie and Adams. A man giving his
name as Frank K. I'haso of llradfurd,
called at William Forsyth's In Tun
bridce on November claiming he was
a buyer of cattle and sheep and handled
farms for sale. On some pretences of
closing a little transaction he had lust
made a little way below ho. borrowed $l"i
and an overcoat from Mr. Forsyth. Hut
as the old song goes "He never eam)
back." A man worked Hethel shortly af
ter this transaction under tlie name of
Frank Jackson nnd carried on exten
sive borrowing operations In that town.
Later a man worked Orange county un
der the naiini this time of "Frnnk t'liasc"
fattening ills poekctbook wherever his
borrowing scheme would work. The nf.
llcers up lo a few das uito had been
unabln to apprehend this elusive coun
try Juggler of the "fiiw.led finance"
type hut the nboe named sheriffs finally
got on the trail and made the arrest of
the man. "I'hase" has been Identified by
three m"ii. Horace (i.inhey, Willlnm Hill
and William Forsyth. The man is tinder
arrest now and says his name Is "Kiev
ens" and thai he knows nothing about
tho ch.nges laid at his doors.
HAUIli: TO Ill'ILD LiintAnv.
The Aldtlch library trustees of Itarre
met Pcnn Vanity of I.vnn, Mass., tho
architect, nnd accepted the plans for tho
elegant Ahlrlch library, which wdll be
built this siimmrr on the lot at tho cor
ner of Washington und Mm sliects. The
advertising for bids will be In In aboie
a woik. The entrance to (lie building
will be from Washington street and tie
building will set foot hack from tiie
sidewalk nildwiiv between tlie City Ho
tel and F.lm itreet, The structure will
cost nhout H".O0O.
How to Feed Poultry Food. j
We will sciiil free, postpaid, to nny
fanner or poiiltrynmn wlio will write
ns, inentloiilni; this paper, our tllree-l
tlons lor iVetlliiK "l'ncf'H lVrfei'tfil '
Poultry Food," These directions rep-i
resent the combined experience of
soiuit of Ihe lict pnultv.vmen in New
Kugliilld who liuve used our food Hue-1
eessfully. There are nKo nlven many
supirestlons as lo tlie proper care to ha
given lions In produce the lie't result.
CarrU a. ! Hyilr Park, VI I
DE LAVAL SEPARATORS
Nummary of llmlnci Traiiiaeleil Dur
ing tlie Week Knillni; .Tnn. ST..
Estate of Ilil.-y W. Hilo, Holton: Hlncia.
M. Cille. appointed administratrix: I', ('.
Abbey nnd H. It. Davis commissioners find
appraisers; guardian appointed feir minor
Kstntu of Willnrd Sheldon, Ksscx; ex
editor's settlement and degree of distri
K.stuto of I:, n. Plaee, Kssoa- (non eom -
pos); iccnr tn sell leal estate granted.
In ie Hrnest Iloacrs, WI
.....,l I ... .1.- ..
. .M.KtiiLi.-,. i, in,; ti-iio.iiiL niaiej itospuui
insane nl Waterbuiv.
Kstnto of Helen Smith, llurlington; j
ominlssioner.s and appraisers' lepoitsi
filed; e.eeutor's llnal settlement; deeuo i
ot distribution initile.
K.stute of Alma ('. Hine. f'olehoster;
l'.urlon S .lllnn appointed ndmlnlstrateir;
ileorge Itlakely and Charles P.ir.-on.s com
liiissioncrs. H. -tati- of fhihraim rirlswold, Willlston:
degree of tO-aere paicol of land to Hiram
lllnsdlll, under will.
I. Vtnlo of Arthur W. Kihon, liurllng
ton; license to sell personal esiate grant
ed; i'. U. limv.ncll and J. II. Macomber
Kstate of laictelin 15. Witters ftrnsti:
illonier K. Powell resigned as trustee, und
Lucia It. Powell appointed hi his stead;
trustee's llnal settlement of accounts
made: Inventory of new trustee tiled.
K.-tuto. of Caroline I). Townsend, l!ur
lington; conimlsMouers nml apprnlsers'
inventors- and icport Hied; elecri'e of ills
Hsinte of Owen MeCrnth. I'.uilington;
application for license to sell real estate;
healing February fi.
Kstale of lthamer P.lakely. Colchester;
iippllcation for license to sell real estate;
hearing Fehru iry
i:state o Ji.iry .lunior. Iturlingtnn; np
plicntlnn for lin use lo sell leal estate;
heating Fibi u.i i j In.
Cstatc of Lie .v K. II sy. l!m licgtoa; Nil
tie L. Llnsli y .ippiiinted ailininis! ratt l ;
Charles It. Wollnrby mid Tied JohonnoU
eomniissioneis and appi.iiseis.
a arAii..Ti:i:u cnti; roil imi.ks.
Itehlng, lillnd, Hlocllnj:. Protruding
to euro ill fi to 14 day. uUc.
Piles. Ihugglsts are authorized to r- -
fund money if l'Ar.o OINT.MHNT falls
List of unclaimed letters in the Iturling
tnn postofllre for the week ending Jan
uaiy "H, l'lefi.
Annie Iting. Mrs. Mealey Cullen, Ms
.1. Cochrane. Mlna Ilogan, Mrs, A. .1.
11111, Mis. lieorgo Putnam, Mrs. O. A.
Wtlght. Mrs. J. C. Waters.
TI. Giroiiv, lCldiidge. Casklll, fiaidner
flutes, Joseph Cordon, Merie Lavictolre,
A. I". Mcriliew, Luther 3'utnam, W. .1.
Spauldlug, Thco. Scutakos, J. I!. Meott, 11.
C. White, George Woodard, .Ion Mer.-ocri.
Anna Hcdaril, J. S, lluuUer (.'). W. C..
1'iazer, llonora Lamnrche.
. OKin of Beauty
!b a Joy Forever.
T. Felix Gouraud's Orlontnl
Groom or Moeical Bejautlflor.
Removes Tan. Vlmplo.
rrrcklaj, .Moth I'-lcbf
huh, dJ kln I'lnrased,
aca every D.craia
huitooJ Iho tft
of l years, and
to h armlet v,e
i properlr ttftle.
felt of e!mt:-.r
r.itne, Pr. L. A.
?ATTt Raid ta a
ladj- of th haut
irn ik patient) t
"As you Iadl
faurnufli Crentn u the iast harmful of all tha
kin preparation.' Y"t iila by all druitclt and Fancr
ttoods Dealers In tho Ucltcd Statet, Canada and Europe.
(ERD.T.HOPKIKS, Prop.. 37 6rut Jones Strsct. MewYorL
... , ,
HA-Kiitcred Into rci-t Mmday even-
lug at her home, 2! Orchard terrace, Mrs.
F, Hay. widow of Iho late liar-
till.. city. January
S3, James l.
Swc'tland. In his Wli year
JOHN A. CORBIN
Funeral Director nml l.'nibnliiif r
17 CIIMK'H ST.. Ncnr 1'eiirl
Telephone Day nnd Nlglit, 0-4
Calls receive prompt attention,
I.udy nssletant when desired.
Funeral Director and Eiutata,
169 North Stresi.
nmtle a i-kun sweep of nil hi-liesfc
m:v i oftiv.
I u.stati: ok itn.v w. tin.r:,
I" , l.
I We. tin sub '. I Ihe iv, bavin
ipointiii by tlio I lonoi "ible tl'o Pi
foillt for tin- Iiistrb t ot t l ,u- ..lii.
I'otnmlssloni lx to receive, c.,.n , 1
lad.liut tlie claims .mil ihinand- nf i I
pMsons .ignlnst tlie estnto nl II, 1 .
illo, lal': of liolton. In said .h.-iriil,
di'i'asii), ninl also all ilaim-, and
lniiinls exliil)ltiii in offet tb, if, i., ml
six montliK irum the da'.- ol tl.- d
Illorenf helnir lillnweil 1' .-.ml ,.. -r
lor that purpose, u. un t.iev, i .,. , .
;hv give nollii t''..i wo w.ll .if. : ' ,
tic duties of our aiipolnt'iii in ' i
ol Ihe dl censed
illntriit, em He
'obruary anel .luh
a. in., on i a i i i
d this IMh ddv of Jf.pn.-t
I', i'. Aliln.
i:. I!. H I
fin writ comnil-.e
uur.v nicci; vrirs v.st tl
STATU OF VliltMONT, District ri Chit,
Th" lir.iior.ibln tho Probeto Court fer
the. District of Chittenden,
To tho belts and ail persons inferos'
ed in th- o-tnto of i nvcii MeCr.itli, 1. 'a
of liurlington. ilmnv d,
.erens. nppllc.ition hath been mad'J
'o this louri In writing, ty tin admin
istratrlx of the estate of Uvvi !
.Mcurain, late ot liurlington,
'eased, praliiK for lii eiise
authority to sell th,. whole of
rein e. stale ol s.uil ileceas,.,, f,,r
payment ol iloiits and charges of
iiiiiiiserauou, souing lortli theri In tin
amount of ib bts duo from h.itd d -ceased,
llio i barges of admlnlsinitln..,
Hie aniotint of personal estate and thu
sllunlloii of the teal estate.
Whereupon, the said court appolntM
and assigned the SUh day of F In .mi v,
I Mini, at tlio probate court rooms in ,,
district, to hour and Jieide uiiou .-..i d
application and petition, and orderi I p,ih
lie notP'os thereof to bo given to all per
son:! Interested therein, hy publishing
mid ord-r. together with the lime nml
place of hearing, three weeks sue. -sive-ly
in the liurlington Weklv Free Pret
a newspaper wlmh circulates in hi
nolghliorhiiod eif those persons Int. roM
ed ill said estate, all whica ii iht. a
nons shiill be previous to tlr- a -iga-eil
Therefore you are hereby notified 1 1 dr
penr before said Court, .it the '.lin" ni d
pbteo ns'--lgnod, then nnd the to in s.rd
"Olirt, In make ymir objection to the
gtantirg of smb lie n-e. If you -co c.iu e.
Given uader my hand, al the Probate.
Court looms, tins L'uth dav oi J. n-tan,
MAIU'LI.LI-S A. lilNCIl VI
"at.w."t . ,) n.lg. .
ill I yr.u
. b r.
; v ii 1 1 1 en 1 1 en.
the Piobate Cl"'
' tne District of Ciilttonden.
1 To the lieirs and nil persons Interested
In the eMato ol lthamer lilakib, 1 ito
Of I'olclll Sil l-, lIl'i l.lM'li,
' Whereas, application hatli heiui ni.idn
'to ibis Court in writing, bv Un- inlmi' -i-trntnr
of the esiate of lthamer Ul.iki -I
ly, late of Colchf-itcr, deceased, pt.n-
ing for llionyo and autlioriiy lo -el!
'the wiiolo of iho real estate oi i d
' deceased, for tho pavniont of ic
laud charges of adminlsti a l Ion. siti.i:
, forth therein tlie amount of debts dm
Irum said deooasi d, tile charges of id
minlstratioii, the amount uf porsntiil
estate and the situailon of the r. al
esia i o.
' Whereupon, the i-ald court appeinteil
and assigned the nth day of Vbr .
i arc. Hun'., nt the Probat.- Court
I rooms, In said dlsttict, to hear
, nml decide upon said application
, and petition. and (.rdered pub
, lie notice thereof to be' given to all po. .
I iions Interested therein, by publishing;
paid order, togethi r with the time .ml
' place ot hearing. thre veek.-, sih cci s-iw
t ly in the HurlliwUon W.-rklv Ft-.e i'r s,
11 r.ewsiuiper which circuit.!' In Ihe tuuh-
hoi hood of those pethonF1 lute r -tel in
s-ai' "-tite, all which publications shall
I bo provious to the day uaMgusd fjr hi ar
I Therefore, you are hereby notified fn
nppear befote .aid court at the timi .mil
1 pine? ns-sluni-d then and thole In slid
court, to linilin your objection to thn
I cr.iating of such Ucenre. if y,e,i see ia .!..-.
i eiiven umier my oaim, at ino l'ro:i l!4
if unit rooms, tnis L'utn day
MAllCKI.I.Fri A. lilNTiHVM.
(If Alt l'Ill u V .
Ill Itl.l.Mi'l (IN.
Wo, the tubscrlbcrs, havlnic tcni op
polnted by tho Honorable tho Probata
Court for Mie District of Chittenden
eommisslnnera tn receive, e.itnln und
adjust the il.tims and demands of
nil poisons against the s it. of
Arthur VV, Kilson, hiti of Hurllngtun.
In faid district, deecad, and
alto all claims and di m inds exhih-
Ited In offset thereto, .md lK niotith.1
trCm tne uuy of the aate n(.rcot belnr kV.
lowed by naid Court for that pu.'poae, w
' "V,"na To tho d ,t; o r Am,eV,,,.' ..,
the office of A. I.. Sherman In Hur'iug.
'"", ;i,. , J. .,,. ,
lOtli ilav of Jantiarv, v
.f. II. MACOMHF';,
C. W. HItoW.VCI.I .
Commissi m .
l l'Ti: (IF V
'I II V.
it vv, m sn.ivti-
I We, Iho subscribers, laving teen . p
polnted by tho Honorable the i'r b. io
Court for tlio District of Chittenden,
commissioners to receive, examine . nd
adjust the claims and demands i f til
priMons against ihe estate of I.ucv F.
P.iv. hue of liurlington, In said
district deceased, and nlso all claim
and (UmiumuIs exhibited In offset there
to; and six mouths from tho dav of tho
- dato hereof being allowed by tahl
court for that purpo.'o, wo do tlierel'oro
I hereby give notice that we will uttrtnl
to the duties of our appointment at tho
ioi'iIco or C. P.. Wi'lherby at is:! Collemi
street, P.iirllnglon, in said district on
tho third Thursdays oi February n d
July net, ill 111 o'clock n. in., oil v.-h
of suld tin s.
Daled this '.Mill day of January, in nil.
Cl I A 111, F.S It WHTIIHIIIIY,
.".0,w"l Couiliils-!",; a.