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THE JSIJKUINU-TU1N JH'KEE PKKSS : THURSDAY. SE1 TEMBER 13, imro.
and Mrs. E. E. Fish. Henry Kclloy of Hurllngtnn was u visitor In town yes terday, 1' J. Ketiyon Is hi Burlington tills week. WINOOSKI. A quiet but pretty wedding w.is Folemiilzed nt St. Francis Xuvler Church lostcrday morning when Miss Heatrloe, tin u nil ter of Mr, and Mis. Ueorgo Car pentlcr wns united In marriage to Or. .1. 11 Tlmlmult. The ceremony was perform H nt seven o'clock immediately pre feeding u nupltnl mass, by the Rev. J. T Audot. Tlio bride wns becomingly nt tlrul In a traveling coivii of dark red mnl wore a largo white picture hat, and was attended by her father, George Cnr penticr, who gave her 111 marriage. The i;rooni was intended by Frank Cnrpcntior. Following thu set vice the bridal party were driven to tho lioino of (no bible's parents i Mnlu street, where con gratulations were extended and a wed ding breakfiiHt served. The bride was the uctplctit of a lam' number of beautiful und usrfiil present, Incltid'tig futnlturc, cut glass, and gold. Dr. and Mrs. Thabault left on the White Mounlnln train for a wedding trip of a week to Montreal, Toronto, and other Canadian! points. The bride Is one of Wlnooskfs talented and inist popular young ladles, while the Eruom la young In his profession hnv 'i k commenced prnctlr'ng medicine here til ut torc'f years ngo and has been eii.inentiy successful. 1'pon thil'' return they vlll make their home In the Raxter building, corner of Main and Allen tn ets. Fire at tho stone crusher of George T Gravis neur thu village limits at about ,'0 last even.ng destroyed the sheds ocr tl- crusher und engine. It made quite a Maze find attracted several Inquiries from lbitlmgrm as to what was burning. The ixtent cf the loss Is not known, but as Mr Graves was engaged In filling reiral large contracts any delay In the !pr ration of his plant will be sostly. Josrpl, Bniley was arrested yesterdiv by Constable Yandow on n body writ, ivhleh was Issued at the Instance of M. F. Kelloy lioMcy resides Jn one of Mr. Keiley's houses near the Fanny Allen hospital and owes Mr. Kelley for house cut. franklin codnh ST. ALBANS. n r-,,r n 'i.ietmg of llellevuo Chapter, D igh'ers if the American Revolution, hs held l'r d iy at the home of Mrs. H nry G Mirtiti when delegates and lltrrnntes ti the annual meeting of the te foclcty, to be held nt Hurllngtnn on ct, tember 28 and 27 wre elected as fol- rt Delegates Mrs. Kdwnrd A. Clittteti ! Mis M I). Greene and Mrs. i;. MeD. 1", alternates, Mrs. Dan Church, Mrs. t H Lew s and Mrs. Mary Greene. 1 as voted to hold tho annual meeting r hclle"r Chanter. on Thursdav. mil" 4, w.ien officers will bo elected i i i if r ItnpniHnt biislne.-'s transacted. 1 rei i ,i lest. .John Largess Weeks. ' Home ..ii Not th Main strfet, at 9-li t ,y in. in eg. The funeral was held sdny oft rnoon nt 3:30 o'clork. rh s city w i.- visited .Sunday lnom- lr by tlio most terrltlc electrical storm P is history The storm broke with r il Intensity at 2:3n 'n the morning, a il for a few minutes there were In "rssatit Hashes of lightning, accompanied b.i deafening thunder claps and followed by a heavy rain. The telephone, electric light and street railway service were all bully affected and put out of business but repairs weic made early In the morn- chaos. Frank J. MoEnany assumed the du- ses ii siuuun ojsiu at ."-wanton 1 uos- miu ins piaco as c.nieL eierK in uy (.naries some, who negan his work .here Tuesday. Herald Stevens of liurlington has Deen engaged to have charge of tho lermaiH nt ro.Kl work to be done on 1 o tniiil ,'lilil, l 1,,. In,- nnnq I r n nt .nl l,i Uy lltrits. I j. A. Walker of Kurllng- i, l'orem in for Mr. Stevens, arrived n the euy yesterday to direct tho ,-nlr nublel.,.1 Tli.rrl. n T T 1 1 , own road eommlssloiier. About S." relatives and intimate friends r'ii,,i .jiiii, i, ill una CIl.V HIIO Inrry Hawthorne I'ajjn nf Hinesbiirgh, Iru lnc.nl-. Clt..n..l. r Tt.. . 'clock. The house decorations were most asteful and appropriate, being entirely of reen and ye'Iow, the U. V. M. cr.lors of lilnh tnCl t,,l.n l.,.tt. - .. lair iSo were trimmed with goldpn mi, nir ,ii --n ih-mvi'imi wie oounie parlors a.s crircfullv trimmed with lilni rr.,i .iiiglit at tile center with a large ribbon ow of grcin nnd yellow, and tho cere imy was perinrmrd under a canopy com. osed of the same flowers. The bride is .-unpiy nm most necomingiy gowned whlto lawn trimmed with laco n- rtlon nnd having a lace yoke. She woie i embroidered tulle veil which her great randmother wore when a bride in Kng- nd nvir tvt lmriilrnfl ix,r, 'in.i in tjiuru n. imiuiiiil iii jasmine, iht oungest sisier .miss Anna I'itmau HhM- iclt, attended the bride and ho wore a hite 'niihiln dri'Ss trimmed ltn 'ace, n elegant lunch was served In the illn- uk i, .inn, iiiinf wi.euru linns cnn'MSling ot nk asters, a spray candlabruin with yel w candles forming the centerpiece. '111. mng women who served wero Miss iss Orpha Unnlster, Miss Florence 11. ryant, Miss Until Wood, and .Mis.-, Molllo Wiley. A most attractive display of edding presents was made In a room in second stiry. The bride's bouquet was light by Miss Until Wood. Among thue fm out of town who atmuled tli .vol lg were the groon's pnre-its, Mi. and II. M. Page, Mr, nnd Mrs. F. S. deman, Mrs. ICatherlue I'nge, Mi.'s turn Coleman, of Hlnesliurgli. Mis. iin-s ii uieiiiuMin, .Mr. nun .Mrs, . v, nrs, Mrs. I-'rank 11. Kldred, Miss Marion nes, M'ss Ilertba ShllvneU, Miss Bessie llryant, and Miss May Hutchinson of irllngton, Mrs. Chnrles White and Miss 11th Parker of Montreal, and Mr. nnd -.1, Perloy C. Hussnll, of Hrlstol. The . in .1 mm iH TP ill nil! n j miiiG i f.h nool and also of the clnss of 1805 of tlio r M nnrl nnn. I ci .... .1 . . , . -t, nil. Ktir- k, infill ,n t, fl ll, t lliiil' ll( Jlurllngton high fchool and of the KU nf 1M1 nf thn IT V t Mr nnH Tage will make their home In nesburgh. nuvnnni viscome, an ttnunn, convict- i niu jiaren, ji u, term ot rrnnitnn niv court nf rnnBlniirlilr In ih I'll- B of Francisco Phlllppl, a fellow coun mnn, at Swanton Junction, about two m fl trn wild hrnurrht . V. - son nt Windsor, and In county court s entered, "contlnuoil, pot to bo lurwiiiii, mijo nrsi jury trial of court l now on trial. It )en that Kdward H. Minor vs, nr. J5. J, Mclvltlo. Is Is nu action of assumpsit to rcrv th sum of fl2l) for moving a homo m tho coiner of Main nml Stobblns cots la Uto lit un ta mfdntloni near by nnd In tho rear of tho new resi dence of Dr, Mellvlllo. l'eter Hlcli died yesterday morning nt II vo o'clock at his homo at fit. Albans Hay, after an Illness of dropsy. ENOSBUEOH FALLS. Mlfs KHle Waldron of Hnrdwlrk, who has been visiting her sister. Miss Ethel Wnldron, went to Lynn, Mass., to visit another sister, Mrs. llroek. Mrs. George Lcggo of (Iranby, who has been visiting her friend, .Mrs. II. j. Kimball, for a few days, returned home Saturday, Mr. mid lire. I'. V. Mnrau nnd four children of Fllchhtirg. Mass., who have boon pass ing a few days with Mrs. Mornn's brother, l'eter Kelly, returned home Friday leaving their eldest, a daughter, with her uncle. The ltov. and Mrs, W. n, Mason, county secretary of the Y. M. C. A returned Frl' day from a month's vacation passed In lllllrdale, Mlrh.-M. II. Vnw, who was in town n few days last wck, tetiirned to Hurlltigton Friday. He Intends to leave for the Canadian Northwest about tho J5lh.-MI.ss Cornelia Williams Is vlslllnir ter mother, Mrs. Whltcomb, and her sister, Mrs. C'tittlng, for a few days. Misses Len nlo Undd has engaged to teach school nt East Knoshnrgli the coming term. Mrs. William lllshop of Hethel has been visit ing In the family of A. dishing for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kent left lor weir iinine m Hoston Saturday. F. A. Cnssldy went to Hurllngtnn Saturday ( with his daughter, Miss Mary, who will enter tho Hurlltigtnn llnslness College for a course. Guy Sabourln, who has bepn with his father, J. V. Sabourln. for three weeks past, leturned to his work In Lynn Saturday. Mrs. H. A. Curtis of Washington D. C, Is al the home ot Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kendall. Mr. and Mrs. .1. O. Ulnnebard went to Stockbrldgo Sat urday to visit Mr. Ulnnrhnrd's mother. Mrs. Hnrry N'utter of Pes Moines la., was a glicst ot Mr. and Mrs. O. Mer rill over Sunday, Ldward Ingalls and his sister, Wlnnlfred, of 'rellgli"burg, Que., were In the same family. The third In the series of games ar ranged with niohford was played here Saturday. ICnosbiirgh won, to 5. Henry Smith and daughter of Wel lington, la., spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jeffords. Mr. Smith Is a brother of .Mrs. A. JJ. Croft, where they nro pavslng some days. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Purkeo left for Montpellrr Monday where Mr. Pnr koe has secured employment. Their son, Frank. accompanied them and will enter the buslneis department of Montpeller Seminary. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chndbourne and Mrs. V. Shaw of Mon treal passed Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jeffords. Kmerson Hoyer re turned to his school duties In Norwich l'nlverslty Monday. Oeorgo Hounds of Hoston, who h.n been vis iting his mother, Mrs. C. L. Hounds, for the past two weeks, was In town Monday on his return home. Guy Kendall, who has been In Newport during the summer working at paper hanging with bis father, has returned home nnd entered school. Arrangements are being made to string a telephone cable up Main street. The telephone company have also decided to finish off the second story of their new building for ofllco and family Ui-e. Quite a number from this place attended tho county Sunday school convention in Sheldon Tuesday. Among them were the Revs. W. G. Mason, I n. White nnd A. P. Davis and Mrs. Davis, A. A. Aseltlne, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ahill. W. H. Yaw and J. W. Pomeroy. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Morrison, who have bpen pass ing tho summer with Mrs. Morrison's mother, Mrs. M. L. Kendnll, near South Franklin, have been summoned to Hox htiry, Mass., homo on bulnes-. Mrs. Kendall will remain a wblln longer. A, J. Cioft Is building a cottage on tho camp ground. S. W. Ilillado has the Job. Mrs. A. M. Trudeau and Mrs. William Graves of Sheldon visited In tho home of Mrs. Trudeau's daughter. Mrs. J. n Kimball, recentlv. Mrs. O. W. Holdeii, nccomjianl led by her son. Wlnfred, Is v.-dtlng In St. Arninnil, Que,, and Franklin. Mrs. II. II. Fariar. who has been 111 in Swanton for pome days, has o far recovi n-d as to be brought to her hmue by carriage Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Greenwood went to Coventry by automobile Monday Intending to be absent during the -wnek. During tholr absence they will attend tho Harton fair. Miss Anna M. IJeaulao ha entered the emplov of Kimball Hrothers' & Co., as bookkeeper in their ofllco. ll.inon Armstrong of Manches ter, N H., Is visiting his cousin, A. S. Armstrong. BAKERSFIELD. The town schools opened Tuesday, Sep tember 4, with the following teachers: Common school, Miss Lena Marentto; North school, Miss Lela Cow. in; Hraneh school, Miss Myrtlo Stone; West school, Miss Zoia Marcette; Lgypt school, Miss .na Marcette; jioor farm school, Miss Mary Kennedy; Kast school. Mi-s Kose Hrady; Ross schr.il, Wilmer Whitney; Haswood Hill school, Leo Paquette; South school, Miss Kllzabelh Gover. Frank Wells of Lyndonvllle is visiting bis father. F. N. Wells. Mrs. Hmnia Real!-, who recently underwent an operation at the Mary Fletcher hospital, Uurllngton, returned borne Saturday evening, She was accompanied by her brother. Leo S. Tillotson, of Si. Albans. Miss Fanny Austin, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Austin. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Cao, who have been for a stay of several weeks In Harton, have returned to tho borne of tholr netre. Miss N. R. Wheeloek.-M. O. Heath, of Hyde Park. Is In town to act us coaen ror tho football team of Hrlghnm Academy. Mr. and Mr. Perloy and son, Allen, nf Hichford, who uro taking a carriage drive to Mor rlsvllle, Jlardwlck, Montpller and llarre, stopped In town Willi f I lends Monday and Tuesday. The remains of James Ma Glnn of Worcester. Mass., were brought to HakorsPeld for burial en Wednesday, September 12, MONTGOMERY. The Ladies' Aid society of Methodist Church will have a boiled dinner Thurs day at Mrs, N, I, Rlili.inlson's. Miss Clara Wheeler and Miss Lizzie I'pliam are delegates to tho Sunday school con vention at Sheldon, September 11. Mis. c. F. Vadiiey has leturned homo after a visit of threo months In llarre. Mrs. N. G, Manstleld and Mrs, C. 15. Gates are elected delegates to the annual W. C. T. 1 State convention nt St. .lohusbury In October, Mr. Curtis and Mrs. n. Clapp are visiting friends In town. -Hannah Itradford Is on tho sick list. Harold IVnnlna Is visiting his pnrentn.-A. It. Tennlsnn Is vlHltlng at Leander Shlu.i's, Mrs. M, P. Manuel lias returned from a hort visit to Sheldon Springs, t WEST BERKSHIRE. Gerald Jones went Monday to Mont peller, where ho will enter Montpeller Snmlnnry as n student. Dr, C. ITIyssoH Johnson wns called to Knosburgh Falls Monday In council with Dr. C. A. Pratt In thn enso of Mrs, John K. Wlggln. Miss Anna Stowe has returned from a visit with friends In Alburgli. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Percy and daughter of nedford, Quo., woro In town a, few dnyu recently. Mrs. It, M. Petton nnd Miss Ada Shepherd of Rlchford woro guests of Miss M. R. Hwlns Friday. Henry W. Lnng of Sterling Junction, Mass., mu do a short stop in town thl weclfc BAKERSFIELD. Mrs. C II. Conn nnd two sons, Kennoth and Kendrlck, of Rlchford jinssed Thurs day with her sister, Mrs. 11, K. Denlo. Hnrley Hayes Is doing somn needed re pairing on his house. William Jncobs Is doing tho Job. Mrs. C. Kldred nnd two children jiasscd Saturday and Sunday with 'her parents In Wje.it llerkshlre. W. A, Woodward Is digging a well, MONTGOMERY CENTER. M. P, Maurice, T. R. Campbell, and P, It. Coloman, attorneys, tmd K. 8. Wright and II. P. Foss, petit Jurors, went to St Albans Tuesday to attend county court. D A. Ixirlng of Now York was In town last week visiting his former partner, William R. Clopii. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. W, Hall, who have been In tho West for nbout a month visiting relatives, are ex ppcted home next week. C. It. Klklns of North Troy in In town assisting C. A Gardyne who Is taking his annual Inven tory. Miss Jennie Foss, who lias bepn visiting In Iloston for nbout a month, lias returned home. 12. 1!. Smith of Kast Jlerkshlro bought M miction Monday th" C. J. Renway wood lot Bltuated In tlio south port of tho town, nlso tho village building Int. W. G. Mason, Frnnklln county Y, M. C. A. secretary, occupied tile pulpit nt tho Raptlst Church lost Hun- day owing to the nbsenco of tho Rev. Mr. leltoy, who Is away on his annual vacation. Mrs. A. L. Dlx attended tho Lamoille Raptlst association nt Hurling ton this week. SWANTON CENTRE. II. R. Cha'dwlek ami daughter, Miii Lucy, and son, Marsh, letuined to their homo in Rristol, Conn., Saturday. Mrs. Chad wick It will bo remembered died August .11, nfter nu Illness ot Ilvi houir and tile body was brought to Sheldon for burial. Mrs. J. T. Catlln, who lias been poorly nil summer, wi it Tuesday to New Rostoii, N. 11.. for .1 change and rest of six weeks. Miss Daisy Royco re turned to lllghgate Gore Monday to re sume her position of teacher In a country school, Marvin Rcoth of Worcester. I .linn?., viMioii al J. l. auin s can;' in ; the week. Miss Florence Donaldson Is j teaching the fall term of hoot In dla- trlct No. in, which began Monday.- Miss iNelllo Catlln Is nttendlng the Swanton village school this full, while Clarlt anJ Horace Hubbard and Harold nnd Wlllla.u Royco have entered the grammar school in St. Albans. EAST FAIRFIELD, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cutler nnd chil dren, Horace und Alberta, ami Miss Henrietta Read of Hast Itlghgato visited at C. J. Read's over Sunday. Mr. Hall, who has been supplying the pulpit at I'nlon Church throughout the summer months, has finished tils labois and re turned to his home In Boston. James Rrannon has recently purchased a fine liiano for his daughters, May and Kliza beth. Mrs. Elizabeth Hill started Wed nesday, Sept. 12 for California. The schools In this town opened Monday, September JO. Capt. O. W. Rurleson of the Custom Hotie, Rurlington, Is enjoy ing a two weeks vacation at his homo in this village. Quite a few from Kast Fail Held attended the wedding Wednes day afternoon, September 12, of Harry W. Morey and Miss Sadlo K. Rradloy, The marriage was solemnized nt the bride's home Rnlsam Knoll, Fairfield, the Rev. F. H. Rlunt, performing the ceremony. FAIRFAX. The reception given the Rev. F. 15. Ffford and bride Friday evening was at tended by about L'uO townspeople. A poem for tho occasion was composed and read by Mrs John Howard. CofTeo and cake -were served, the Rev. Mr. Ffford will move into the parsonage soon. Tho Lane suit between P. G.'Cook nnd Whlto & Sons, creamery Co.. of Roston. was held Monday. P. o. Cook got judgment against the company. D. I). Stewart re. presented P. G. Cook nnd Guy Start of Rakersfleld, represented Whltv ,t Sons. The village will koon be lighted by electricity. Mrs. S. H. Phelps lias about money enough raised to Install them. Mis. D. S. Ruck, who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. E. O. Hunt, has returned to his home In Cambridge. A barn belonging to Joseph Shores of North Fairfax was discovered to be on fire ab6ut eleven o"clock Saturday night. Re- fore help got there It was too far gone to save anything. There was about 13 threshing In the neighborhood put bis threshing in tho neighborhood run his separator In the barn for tho night and that was burned. There was an Insurance of J20I on the barn and I2C0 on the produce. This If the third fire that Mr. Shnies has had In n few years. I. H. Holhrook and H. M. Hallard went to Georgia Thursday night to learn how to run a freemen's meeting three day;;. Mrs. Purmort Tabor left September A to visit friends in Nashua, N. II., Miss Cieon Orton and Miss Nolle Lewis visited friends In Jericho last week. Mrs. D. J. Noiton spent several days with Ills son Harry Stiles of Johnson last week. R. H. Ruck, R. F. mall carrier Is taking his vacation, Jessie Parsons is carrying the mall for him. Miss Carrie Farnsworth who has been spending several weeks In Essex Junction and Rurlington re turned home Septemher 4. Miss Fannie Lewi" who spent several weeks with friends In N. Y State returned home September 4. Tlio Lidles Improvement Society l-fcelved about $20 for dinners town meeting day. Ron. S, C. Green, wife nnd daughter, Mrs. Wood, wns the guest of Miss Ada Currier September 2, Word has been recolved from tlio four boys who went to Manitoba that they have good positions and all like tho new country. FLETCHER. Vernon Llliby spent Sunday with rela tives In Cambridge. Carlton Robblnr end w'fe of r'nnibridg.i we 'e In town ea.l-'ig on friends recently. Mrs. Herbert Jones has so far recovered from li-r reent Ill ness, as to be able to ride out, MONTGOMERY. The W. 11. M. S. gave a birthday party the fifth of Sejtomber ut the homo of Mrs. W. G. Manslleld. Ten was served. Clayton Fuller Is home from Roston, spending his vacation with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. H, Fuller. Tho Rev. and Mrs. Jenne of North Troy wero re cent guests nt C. L. Hutchlns's, Tho L. A. S. of tlio Methodist Church will servo a boiled dinner on Thursday ut W. S. Richardson's, R, H, Fuller went to St, Albans on Tuesday to liogln his duties ns grand Juror at tho September term of county court. A party of young jieo pln nro camping this week at Hall's camp. Hnrold Domlna Is homo from Roston, spending his vncntlon with his parents, Darius Domlna, EAST HIGHGATE. Leon M. Pheljis of Gormantown, Pa., Is nt his homo here on his way to Swanton, where ho will bo united In marriage with Miss Bernlce Furman Wednesday even ing, September 12. Mrs. Frlnda Beers, who has been visiting relatives hero for pcvcrnl weeks, went to Ronton last Fri day. Mrs. F. C. Cushman accompanied her. Tho village nchoots commenced Monday with Miss Mao Spear of this placo nnd MIsh Helen Pattorson of High gate as teachers. Mr, nnd Mrs. 11. J. Cutler and children und MIsh Henrietta. Road nnd brother, Ephrlam, vlsltod over Sunday In Knst FaJrtiold. Mrs. Alfred Bernard went yoterdny t Montreal to visit rolivtlvpn. Tho condition of Bosale Rlckford, who hns been very 111 for sev eral days, la better. A. u. Day of Bos ton, Mass., wns In town on business last Saturdny. Mrs. E. J. Phplps returnod las Friday from llsscx, N. Y whore she has been visiting her dnughtor, Mrs. W, It. Orulkshnnk. Mrs. Crulksiinnk return ed with her, Miss Ethel Machla Is 111. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Itengnn and Mr. and Mrs, M. A. Reagan paaso1 Sunday at tlio home of Harmon Reagan. SWANTON. The engagement of Miss Marguerlto Hnrwood to Mr. Moody Dole Holmes ot Concord, N, H,, Is nnnoiinced. Miss Hnr wood Is one of our brightest young jpo ple nnd funned her nrqiinlntnnco with Mr. Holmes nt Mlddletuiry College. 13. M. Protity, who has been 111, Is abto to be out. J. R. Wilcox of Ludlow Is visiting; friends In town. Mr. Wilcox wns for merly prlnclpnl of the high school here nnd Is now In the law office of ex-Gov. Stlckney In Ludlow. About 40 enrolled their names ns members of thn high school nt the oponlng on Mondny. Miss Marlon Laughlln and little brother, Edwin, who have been guests nt E. K. Smith's for several weeks, hnvo returned to tholr homo In Cohoes, N. Y. Lyman Tohln, who hns been In Manchester all summer, Is at home for a short vacation before returning to Mlddlebury Collnge. Miss Kelloy ot Rurlington, who hns been the guest of Mrs. F. J, Robalr for several days, has returned to her home. MHtthew Hussey of Rutland was In town over Sunday, Mnrguor lto Ouertln, nged flvn years, broko her right arm Saturday while playing with some girl friends. The patient Is doing well. F. B. Cross Is confined to tho house by Illness Tl. N. Rny- mond, yard master nt tills jilaco for tho Cannda Atlantic since that road first begnn rnnntng Into Swanton sev en years ago, has boon appointed to a similar position at Mndnwaska. Ont a division point 130 miles west of Ot tawa. Ho leaves for his new assign mont tills weok. Miss Mnttlo Hussoy, who has bepn In Sugar Hill, N. II., for the summer, lias returned to re sumo her position ns teacher In tho public school. Glendon Y. Lad no of Albany, N. Y Is visiting his grund motherj Mrs. Young, of Grand avenue. Frnnk Santwer has gnno on a trip In tho Interests of the Atwood Sus pender company. lred Wlsemnn spent Sunday In Stnnbrldge, p. Q. A pretty nnd notable early-autumn wedding was the marriage last even ing of Miss Rernlcn Furman, only daughter ot the Hon. nnd Mrs. D. G. Fiiniian, to Leon Marsh Phelps of Philadelphia. The ceremony took place at the Congregational Church In the presence of a largo number of friends, tho Rev. E. .1. Ranslow offl- ciutlng. The decorations In yellow and green were simple and effective, golden rod prevailing. The maid of homy wns Miss Susm Rurdltt of Plttsford nnd Webster Hancock of Host Roston ncted as best man. Tho bridesmaids were Miss Katherlne Wal ler of Clifton, N. J., Miss Ina Rradley, Miss Carolyn Bell nnd Miss Mallle Smith of Swanton nr.l R. Soule of Fairfield, Harold Cn.wetl ot East Illghgnte, Homer Camp of Rarre and Edward Cfford of SwiTiton acted as ushers. Tho bride wai very lovely in a gown of white rndi'mi silk trimmed with roso point lnco and she wore n tulle bridal veil. Tin. brldesrealds were gowned 1n wlilti net over yel low silk. There was a brilliant re ception at the homo of tho bride's parents on Canada street after thoi wedding ceremony which was largely attended. Numerous beautiful gifts attcfcted the high esteem In whlc tho hapjiy pnlr nre held. The groom, for merly of Knst lllghgate, is a chemist In the employ of the American Dye- wood company of Philadelphia nnd Is to represent his firm abrond as for eign agent. GRAND ISLE COUNTY ISLE LA MOTTE. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Brown of Rutherford, N. J . wero In town Sunday and Monday. The Rev. W. E. Lang and family have gone to Rochester for n two weeks visit R. H. Hill has closed his camp for the summer. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Flsko and daughter, Virginia De wltto Bailey, Mr. nnd Mrr. Julius Sey mour nnd daughter Buull, of New York, are guests of N. W. Flske this week. Scott FlPiiry, Stanley IMko and Dorothy Hill and Elsie Gondseil have gone to Rurlington high school Schools liogan Mondny, Mary Montgomery toucher In tho north end and Mrs. William Duel the south end. The Rev. rioorge L. Story will occupy the pulpit at tho Methodist Church Sunday, while the Rev. W. B. Lang Is absent. The funeral of Mrs, II. O. llolcomb was held at her homo Fri day morning, the presiding elder eon ducted the services, assisted by tho Rev. W. 10. Lnng, pastor. Th funeral was largely attended, several coming from out of town. Tho llnrnn offerings were many and beautiful. Mrs. Holcomb leaves to mourn lier loss a husband, son and daughter, two sisters and ono brother, GRAND ISLE. Mrs. James Ho.ig's brother. Mr. Os trander nnd family, are visiting at Mr. Hoag's. Mrs. Currie Darling Derrick Is visiting at S. G. M number's nnd other friends In Grand Ib . Mr, Myion WnlRs and sister, Mrs. Wlieaton Durister, visit ed ut Kdson Gordon's and Victor lluri Inirt's over Sunday Roy Gasson wns very quietly married Monday, September in, at tne parsonage ny the lev, Mr. lllsley. Re and Ills lirldn let,, on the noon train Tuesdny for Sholburne. Miss Case, one of the writers for the Scribner and author of "The Homo on the Hud son" mid other books, lias been boarding nt Red Oaks, the homo of p r;, wilsey Miss Harper of Albany. N. V., Is to teach the hieh school, whleii n ,m Mondny, September 1'. Mrs. EWe Carrlo iNigmcrkgnio is visaing ni d, m. -vi I cox's and other friends town. -Ernest Center was called to Clinzy, N, y,, iiy the death of his sister, Estella, who died very suddenly In Plat tslmrgh Romeo Mlnkler received news of th,. .lnnfii ,.t Ills father at North Hero Wednesday morning. ALBURGH. Mrs. H. fl. Jnnnwav snent lnt with relatives n Frnnklln, P. Q. Mrs. Alice (Darby) Young of Roston, who has been visiting In town, has irone to Canada to spend a fow weeks with relatives. Schools In town opened September 10, II, R. Darby and Miss Eugenia Curie wero In Burlington Friday. Misses Resslo Moore, Bertha Cleland nnd Mary Young huvo on to Johnson to attend thn nar mal school. A daughter was recently born to Mr, and Mrs. Hansom Rohannon. (Continued an 4th page.) IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on the Leading Products In Demand Boston, Sept, 12. There Is a very firm market for butter, both In tho country nnil In this market. Receipts bio moderate, but tho doniantl la quiet, buyers being unwilling to pay tho ad vance demanded: Choice northern creamery, 2C 1-227 1-2; western, 25 2Ce; Vermont dairy, 21f2.'!c. Cheese Is In fair demand at full quotations: York Btate, 12 1-2013 l-2c; Vermont II 1-2(012 l-2c. Eggs aro llrnior In tho west, but tho trade hero Is slow to respond to the firmer market, and receivers find It difficult to advance prices. Choice fresh lots are senrco and very Ann: Cholco hennery and nearby, 29?j32c; castorn extras, 272Dc; western 22 23c. Tho local fruit and vegetable mar ket show more life, but dealers still declaro that there Is room for much improvement. There la, howevor, a more cheerful feeling among tho trade, and with the return to town of peo ple who aro now closing up thlr sum mer residences greater activity Is looked for. Some products continue rather easy, but the tone of tho mar ket In general Is somnwhut firmer. The movement of apples has Im proved materially and as receipts have not boon vers heavy higher prices are quoted on practically all kinds. The sale of fancy fruit Is especially free andJ inciiiiuuiH over quotations are quite rre qnenL There Is not such of a glut of i Pot stork as was noted recently, and tho market as a wholo feels the ben efit. Tho market for both whlto and sweet potatoes hus shown a Arm tone under light arrivals nnd a good de mand. Cabbages, corn and onions are here In abundance and sell nt very low price;;. Native cucumbers are scarce and higher. The offerings of tomatoes are not nearly as heavy ns they were nnd tliey have advanced. Turnips are firmer and squashes aro steady. String beans remain cheap. Apples Alexanders 2. GO.'? a barrel, Williams 2f?TS, gravensteins $3(ff4, 20 ounco $2.?5iTp2.75. due.lipss $2.u03, Maine harvey $2Mtg2M. porters and pippins $2ST-2.7n. rolf .nOn.on, gen etlng $2rtT2.nn, golden sweet $1 GOS, common green varieties $l.B0fT2, box stock ri0cffl.2h, crabapples $l..'0(Tj'3 a barrel. Worries Blueberries ir;7T20c a quart. Cantaloupes -Colorado rocky fords 2.riU'g-3 a standard crate and $2 a pony crate. Montreal melons ?812 a basket. Cranberries Cape Cod ?r,Trf!.r,n a barrel nnd $2a2.n0 a crate. Grapes Hudson river carriers, dela wares $1.25, nlagaras $1(31.25, concords $1.25, wordens S5otfj$1.25, Moore's ear ly SRcfJ $1.25. pony baskets, concords, Hffnr.e, Moore's early l.TrM5c. Peaches California $1.75 a box. Col orado elbertns $2.25 a box, Delawnres $1.5011.751 Insket, Connecticut $1.50 (iJI.75 a basket. Hudson river $2iff2.50 a two-basket career. Pears CaIlfornf bartlctts, preen $33.25 h box. rlfr $2.fi03. native barfletts $1 . 502.50 a bushel, native elnpps ."0c!7$1 a bushel. INnms California varieties $1.25((j2 a four-basket ornte; York state dam sons 50e an eight-pound basket. Potatoes Aroostook cobblers (!5o a bushel, green mountains fi5e; sweet potatoes, Norfolk $2.505T2.75 n barrel eastern shore $2.K02.75, North Caro lina $2.25ffr2 7o. Beans Native string beans, green 505T75r, a bushel, wax 50 75c a bush el, shell beans $1(0)1.50 a bushel, lima beans 75cffl,50 a bushel. Cabbages Native drumhead $2fT3 a hundred and 75c a barrel, red cabbages 50c bushel box. Celery Native $1 a do7en bunches. lettuce, etc. Letturo r.nrtj 50c a box, romalne 50c a dozen heads, parsley 15c a bushel, mint 25c a dozen bunch es, watercress 35c a dozen bunches. Onions Native 75(J?S5c a bushel, Spanish $3fT3.50 a crate, leeks 50c a dozen bunches. Squashes Marrow 75cff$1 a barrel, summer 2Jt.1e apiece, pumpkins 50fS 75c a bushel box. Tomatoes Native $1 a barrel. Turnips Yellow $1.50 a barrel. French white $1.59iT2 a bag, white eggs and, flats 50iff75c a bushel. Miscellaneous Cucumbers $21 a box, carrots f!0'f?75e a bushel, parsnips $1.25 a bushel, green corn 25c(ifl0c a bushel; radishes 25(7? 50r a bushel box, spinach 12 1-2ffif20c a bushel, heets 40igTi0c a bushel, poppers 50J?75c a box, okra 1.50fff 2 a crate, native cauli flowers 50rtf?$1,5n a box. Fresh beef Is firmer, nnd higher prices aro expected. Tho demand Is still quiet: Rxtra sides, 8 3-4(f?9c; gqid, 8r78 l-2o: light, fitftfi l-2c; heavy hinds, 11 l-2f?1!c; good, 10 3-4ff11c: light, 8 1-29c; heavy fores, 5 3-4iT r,c; good 5 1-t(S'5 l-2c; light, 3 1-2 4 c. There Is a very steady market for lambs nnd yearlings, prices being firm, as well ns for veals, which aro in modernto supply; Spring lambs, 12(TP 13e; fall lambs, 10ff lie; yearlings, Pc; muttons, Oiii 10c; veals, 9fff11c. Western fowls aro firmer, nnd pric es have been advanced, but tho poul try market In generally qulot nnd uj changed: Native brollorkchlckons, 18171 20c: fowls, 15c; ducks, 13(3)15c; west ern broilers, l.rr1fio: fowls, 14 1-2JT 15c. Hay Is quiet nnd easy; Btrnw Is dull and weak: mlllfeod Is In modernto demand at steady prices: Hay No. 1, $l7.50ffM9; low grades, $1217; rye straw, prime, $12S?li50; oat straw, $77.50. GRAIN ANlTpRODUOE. Quotation In New Vork, Ronton ami Chicago Markets. New Vork, Sopt. 13. WHBAT Receipts, 4,1X10; exports, 30.610 bu: sales, 1,700,000 bu; spot Btoady. Option market steady at unchunged pri ces und advanced 94ffHo on covering on firm outside markot und Improved com mission hnuHo recolpts easol off under realizing nnd closed ut a net advance of HflWo. Mny closed SJHo; Sept. closed 77Wo; Deo. dosed 78. COUM W,11U SJ10j AvxMU-t 170,000: eales GO.OOO bu futures; sjwt llrmer, Option market opened qulot, but strong, and ndvancod i)ic; on covering follow ing rejiortod light country offerings, nnd advance In oats, cased oft partially but closed Bteudy at a net rise of HW. Mo.y closed 49lio; Sept. closed Bl'i! Dec. closed ClHc. OATS Receipts 7 000: sjiot firmer. COFFJJK-Spot firm. The market for correo futures opened steady at unchang ed prices to a decllno of flvo points, Im proved a little on bullish crop news from Rio, but ensril on In the afternoon under French cable, contradicting tho rumors that Rrasdl had secured n valorization loan nnd rumors ot rain In l!rn7.tl. The closo wns weak nt n net decline ot lCfJIO points. Sales wero rejKirted of .tl,2i0 ,bngs Ine.tudlt-f:;- Oct. $.jr,fiO.r0: Nov. KM; Dec. $ri.CfKIC.75: March JB.MfcT.frt; Mny 17.00: Juno $7.10tI7.1Bj July J7.1W7.M nnd August t7.r.. StTGAR Ra.w firm; refining 2jfiS l-lto; Aontrifugnl K test 4 1-HKJt 1-Se; molasses sugar 5-lCej refined firm. roston VRoimcv ma.rkbt. Boiton, Sept. 12. FLOUR Local market was unlet with prices ehsler: Spring pntonts, mill ship ment, J4.lfKf4.70; winter patents, 13.CfM.00. CORNMKAIj Tho market for cornmeal and oatmeal Is stonily. The quotations: Rar commonl, Jl.lltfl.17i b-irrel cornmeal, J2.C0tf2.C5; grauulntcd, J3.005r3.DO: bolted, t3.f?3.rfl; rolled oatmeal, M.40tl.C0; cut and ground. 'i.TTitCOO; rye flour, J-Xlfrfj' 4.r,; graham, 3.S5f4.2.'. CORN The corn market Is still quiet but steady. Spot stenmer yellow, tCHc; No. 2 yellow, 01c; No. 3 yellow 00.c; for shipment, all rail, No. 2 yellow. 60c; No. 3 yellow r,!Hc; lake and rait, No. 2 yellow, CSVjc; No. 3 yellow, R9c; In tran sit. No. 2 yellow, f.lVic; No. 3 yellow. COHc. OATS -The market It quiet but vpry flrm: Spot No. 1 clipped white, 424M2c: No. 2 clipped white, STtiiSOlie; No, 3 clipped whlto 2'iVU-Slic; rejected white, 37'ySnSc: for shipment, X to .IS lbs, 37c; 3S to 40 lbs, 37Vt3c; 40 to 42 lbs, XfflX)ir; faney 40 to 42 lbs, t2fi42'tc; lake nnd rail, 31 to 40 lbs, 3Se. HAY -Hay and straw arc unchanged, mlllfeed Is firmer, with .1 belter de mand: Ray, No. 1, Jl".lt($l0: low grades, JI2ffl7; rye straw, prime. JJJfJ 12.S0: oat straw, $7fi7.r.O; pack spring bran, S19.2Rfri9.7fi: winter bran, tl!i.7;.U20.7r; mid dlings, J20.75ft2l.iin; mixed feed, j:'n.2.Vft2.1.oO; rod dotf, ?;," "OTilCOil; cottonseed mal, 2.25T 2S.ro. l'ORK I'ork provisions nre steady and unchanged ns were lat quoted: Short cut and henvy backs. $l.v75; long cuts, J21; medium, 17.50; fresh should ers, lOUo; smoked shoulders, 6?lci corned shonldeis, $Hr; regular hams, 134TiI5c; bacon, lSVifflS'jc; .sausage, lffi IS'4e; sausage meat, 'Vii-i raw leaf lard. 10i,f; rendered leaf lard, 11V: pnIK l2Vifl21;c; country dressed bogs. V. nKKK l-'resh beef Is firm and higher prices talked of: Extra sides, PlitlVjc; wood, S-SSHc; light. 7iiSc; heavy hinds, 127 ll'V-;: good. llHTlJiie; light, 9"fj I0f ; heavy fores, f,lK,i.,e; good, u'i'fi r,V; light. r.,"iiie. l.A.MRS- The market for lambs and yearlings is steady nnd unchanged at: Spring lambs, I2fi13c; fall lambs, jij-tj lie; yearlings, fc; muttons, On lie; ve.il", Sfjllc. POri.THY The mnrket for poultry is steady and unchanged: Native broflcr chickens, l'n20o; fowls. i; ducks, Willie; western broilers, jssjfie; fowls, M'jiHSc. UfifJK Market Is firm: Choice hennery and nearby. 31 i r.rti-; astein extins. 2Sfj It'c; western, 21t;23e. AI'I'IiKS - Market lirm nnd higher for choice fruit! Oolden sweets. M .".fifi",' 25, Williams, JJ'.iS; giavensteins. J364; duch ess, ."i3; pippins. 2fl2 50; llarvlcs, M.:,iV(t 2 75; .lennettlngs, J21I2 50; hot fruit, t,0c JiJl.25. l'OTATOKS -White potatoes are easier Aioosfook stork being quoted at fWnfifln tin. Sweets are quoted nt J2.Lf1i2.r,0 bbl. Refined sug.ns nre strong, witli an e- cellent demand, grnnulatixl and fine be ing quoted ns a has'-, at 5c. LIVE STOCK MARILETS. Hoa'ltioni far Cntflc, lihrrp ni.1 Hoc at Nev York, New Vork. Popt. 12 UKKVKS Recelits 1.45s. tteers slow and 10c lower; medium and common steady; fat cows 10c lower; Meer.s, Jl.COlf r,.90; ox en, J4.60; bulls J2.E, 13.33; exports to-day, 231 cattle, 25 sheep and 4.20n quarters of beef, CALVKS Receipts, l.CSS; veals steady and grasseis 25e lower; veals J5.00i5t'.75; tops, J1.00; throw-outs f'..fOfi I 50; grassers, 12.754(3.50; fed calves. $1,00 good western, J1.75. SHKIOP I.nmb receipts f..f.25; sheep. steady; lambs in fair demand, hut no big sales, Sopt. $3.25i3.25; culls $1.00; lambs, JS.nO; culls, J5 CO. HOCJS Receipts 6,J; good state hogs lirm at J7.0O. CHICAGO PROIHTCK MARKKTS. Ciilc.iRO, Sept. 12 WHKA'I'-Sept. n:ic; Hec. 72'. CORN Sept. 46'te; Htc. 474S0c. OATS Sept. :!2Wc; Dec. 32i,e. POItK-Sept. SlC.CT'j! Jan. I2 9!1. LARD - Sept. JS.771; Oct. KW. RIRS Sept. JS.S5; Oct. -?.52J. The closing quotations: M'HHAT-No. 2. spring. 73157fic; No. 3. 721Y74o; No. 2. Red, 1V'"70, CORN No. 2, 47','.e; No. 2. yellow, A1W 45c. OATS-No. 2. 32He; No. 2 white, 33';c; No. 3 white. SOfiMp, RVIO-No 2. 5v.c. ItARLKV-d'air to clioice malting) I3ff 51c. CI.OVKR-(Contract grades) J12.00. SHORT RIRS Sides, (Uiose) JS.751? iS.f. MKSS PORK-(Ppi- bh) $10,70. LARO-d'er 100 lbs) Js.mI. SIDES -Short clear, (boxed) $.731JS.f7H' WHISKKV-fllasIs of high wines) $1.29. On the produce exchange to-day the butter mnrket was strong: Creameries, 191j24c; dairies, 17i70c; eggs firm at Jiuirk cnes lucludod, 12y.-o; firsts 19c; prime firsts, 20'ic; exttas, 23c; cheese steady, ll4cl2V4c RUTTER AND CHKKSR MARKKT. Roston, Sept. 12 RTTTKR-fiteady. Northern, 2752a: estern 25V420Uc; dally. 22H!l25Hc ClIKKSR-Slcady. Vermont twins jj'-il? 12Uc NEW VORK COTTON MARKET. New York, Sept, U Cotton futures opouod steady. Sept. f S.67 bid; Oct. JS.S7; Nov. Jn.WKS.99; Dec. $9.14 Jan. J9.21; Fob. $9.20 bid March $9.33; April J9.3ii; May, J9.4; June, J9.4G bid, Spot close! quiet: middlings uplands, JX90; do gulf, JlO.Ofi; sales none. BURLINGTON MARKETS, IVholraatn nnd Hrtall Price Furnlslied hj Local Dealer. The following are thn wholesale price paid In Rurlington mnrketi: Rutter. creamery, prlnti, or boxes, por lb 2fi'.v5?27c Rutter, dairy, to ehlp, per lb... rfJJ2Io Beef, dressed, per lb 7HWo Chickens, per lb !Sfi20c Kvigi. ucr duz 25o Fowls, per lb 1401Ca JIKS 80 Potatoes, bu co0 Lambs, per lb n0 Bheep, lb., drestcd 10012o Veal, lb. g050 niTTAIL MARKETS. The following prrces aro chatjjod con sumers by retail doulara: Doani, string, qt 6 Ulacktierrles, qt j50 Rutter, creamery prlnta or boxes, lb JO'S Rananus, doz I030o Dananas, red, doz (fa Roots, new, bunch &o Cabbage, new, lb 3,, Cabbage, new, lb 4o Cantoloupes, each 8Q10o Carrots, bunch n Cnullflower, II , nn Celorj-, head q Celerj'. ties 2So Cheese, lb ic Corn, cwt 0 Cranberries, qt jr,o Hggs, doz 2,, V'HK plnnt. taeh , njK jj,, i''10'"-. bbl ji.Ts-aa.r.) Grapes, Conrord, Uisket jj,, Orapcs, Delawnro, basket fiv, Grajies, Catriwba, basket jo0 Orapo fruit, each :ft-51So Hay, baled, ton 113 OO-S17.0J Hay, looso, ton JlO.Cfrg 13.00 Lemons, doz 25'04fcj Lettuce, Roston ball, head .... loo I.lmos, .Tamalca, doz 20 Meal, common, cwt tl. tt Middlings, fine Jl.tO0l!4' Mint, bunch Mushrooms, lli J2.C1 Onions, new, bunoh u0 Oats 4tTir.ii.i Onions, Spanish, lb ;0 Onions, native, lb 4 Oranges, doz JC70o I'otntoes, bu TK.1 Plums, dOZ 1ft7f?On Parsley, bunch stKo Pears, doz HQ?Ao Peppers, green, doz. so,. Peaches, doz JttfTfjv, 1'ineapple.s 25s60ii Provender .U.33'31.4j Straw, baled, ton J10.00S1? m Tomatoes, lb 3 Turnips, lb ;a Watermelons, each 4GS75j Wheat, cwt Jl.C0iTl.73 rUNERAL OF PR. OAFFNEY TO MORROW. Rutland, Sent. 12. Business in ,11 u,. stores tiote will be susnemluil V, - 1,.., .1..... ing tho funeral of thu Rev. Thomas J Guffney. The obsequies to bo belt at h!v late church at tn o'clock in th mirnttir will bi. the most impressive evfr tC here. I'.STITIJ OF MlllUI, , , .WDUI-.US, iiit'inio.Mi, GTATemi?.n vl:RMONT- District of Chit- To all persons interested In the e3. of f1"11""' A. Andrews. nte o Rl bmond, ill said district, dece ised inn, "..Pf0351 Oourt. holden at Uurllng ton, within and for the District of Chitten den, on the 12th day of September. 190S at; Instrument purporting to be the last will and t, '8(01111.111 of S.idmkI a And. rcw. l.it, of Hlcbinoiid, 111 said dl. tilet, dt c. asHi, w.ks jirt-sruted to th court iifoies;,!,!, r,. .roliate. And II ! ordeicd by said Court that the l"-t lav ot October, l!)0'i. at tlie Pro bate Court rooms in said Rurlington, b Sr,-!1?,'"''.1 f,,r.mov.,"K "fl'l Instrumenti and that notice thereof b given to all Persons concerned, by publishing this or der three weeks successively In the Bur. Ilngton Weekly Pre. Press.' ncwso-iu Published In .aid Juirlington. VevVoK the time appointed. Tlifcreroic, you aro hereby notified to nr pear heioru alj Court, u: iha tlmo ii t-laco ttfor,Mjd. and i-ontest tb probttt jl ulil wiil. if you have causo. Given under my hand, at Rurlington. in s.,1,1 district, tills l.'tli day of Sen tilllln 1", 1 :ii)li. 1 MARPELLfS A. RINGHAM. """t Judge. 1.VIWTI: ()K M);v , WIISTO.V coi, iit:si i;it. STATE OF VERMONT, Distrat of Qhlt t,lulen. To all persons luter-stcd In the es tate of Sidney II. Weston, lato of Cob Chester, in said district, deceased , GKEE1ING At a Probate Court, holden at Hur- llllirtOll. M'ithlll .'itirl f,,,. ,1... lK J Clllttenileli, 011 the lltli dav of Sept. 1900, an instrutni-nt inirporhng to b till, l'lbl ,1'IH ...1 .... . i- ... . 'ii ii- . . ";' ,v,""o '-in 01 ."iiinoj JI. eslon, late of f olchi'ster. in said dls- ii im, iii'i-i ui-eu, was pre.-ented to th Court aforesnld, for probate .llil It Is ririlnr.,1 1, u,.l.i .1.- the 2StIi day of Sept., 1906, at the Pro bate Court rooms In ald Burlington, bi assigned for juovlng said Instrument, iwiu nml iuuii-1. uitrioi tie given td all persons concerned, by publishing this order three weeks successively In the IJurlliigton Weekly Fret' Press, i newspaper published at Rurlington, pievious to Hie time nppolnted. Therefore, you aro hereby notified t nntH'.'lt- liAf.ir,' un l.l r.,,,,t ... t. .. and jilnee aforesaid, and contest th i,,iiu.,it- o, rum win. u juh navo causo, Given under my hand at Riirllngt in- In unl.l 11utrl,l ttl 1111, .tn.. e c.. tember, 1900, MARCH-LLCS RINOIIAM, ll.wSt Judge. iT'rn or .irt.un ri: w. ai.lhx" III. Itlil.VG'I'O.V. STATE OP VERMONT, District of 4iltteliden. To all persons Interested In the estate of Juliette W. Allen, late o'. Hurllngtou, in said district, deceased, GREETING At a Probate Court, holdun ut Uur lliigton, within and for the district of, Chittenden, on tlie loth day of Sept, llHUi, an instrument purporting to b? the last will and testunient of Juliet t W. Allen, lain of Rurlliigtoii, In said d's trlct, deciased, was pi-cs,.nUMl to tln court aforesaid, for probate And it Is ordered by said court that tho 2Sth day of Sept, 19U6. at the Pro' bnto court rooms in said Rurlington, b assigned for proving said Instrument nnd that notice thereof bo given td all persons concerned, iiy publishing this order three weeks successively In tho Rurlington Weekly Free Press, it newspaper published at Rurlington, previous to the tlmo appointed. Therefore, voit nre hereby notified to appear before said court, nt tlm time and place aforesaid, and contest the juubatu of said will, if you luivn cause. Given under my hnnd at Rurlington, In said district, this 10th day of SopJ tember, 1900. M AP.CELLI'S RINGHAM, ll.wSt Judge. IM'ATi: OF MHrilinT C. 1I.WU lUNGTOX, IUHI,I.(;T0.. STATE OF VERMONT, District of Chit tenden. To all persons Interested In tho es. tnto of Mnrgnret C. Harrington, lnt of Burlington, In snld district, dot ceased, ORI3ETINC4: At a Probate Court, holden at Purling ton, within and for the District ot Chit ti'iiilen, on the 1 1 til day of September) 1900, an Instrument purporting to bi tlie last will nnd testament of Mar garet C. Harrington, lato of Hurllng ton, In said district, deceased, wn presented to the court inforesald, fof probate. And It Is ordered by said court that th Dtli day of October, 1006, at tlH. Probate Court Rooms In aid Rur lington, b- assigned for proving mkt Instrument; and that notict thereof be given to all persons oon rerned, by publishing thl order thrc week mccerslvely In the Rurllnrtei VN'eekly Free Pross, a newapapar pubtlahat nt suld Rurlington, previous to the tlrat npiiointeu. TliArAforr fhareforo, you nre hereby notified ttf mrar before said court, at the tlma an! appear before 9ald court, at the time an I unco aforesaid, and contest the pro into of snld will, if you havo cause, Given under mv hand at Rurlluirton. In said district, this 11th day of Sep tember, 190fl. , MARCHLLUS A. ULVQHAM, X.W3 AiJ . 1