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Gen. S. P. Joeolyn, wifo nnd children have arrived In town and opened their homo on Summit street for tho mimmer, Mrs. J, V. Ilti..ell has sold her cot tage n.t Ccdnr Beach to Charlos L. Woodbury, John Heaudry and Miss Clara lledarl were married at St. Joseph's Church at eight o'clock Tuesday morning. Mrs. U. J. Foster and the Misses Foster havo Issued Invitations for a reception Saturday afternoon, Juno 22, from four toflx o'clock. Joseph IaMotto, upon his ploA of guilty to Intoxication, was yesterday morning ordered by the city court to pay a tine of ?." and costs of J7.C Augustus C. Wlsoll ot Rhoreham, a blacksmith, tiled n petition In bankruptcy yesterday. lie has liabilities of 1,1V.72 and assets of jlO, claimed exempt. Tho divorce petition of Margaret Drink water vs. George Drlnkwator was entered In Chittenden county court yesterday, i'he suit of Henry Morln vs. Moses Jmport was also entered, Henry O. Iitour, son of F. N. Ixitour of Hose street, died last evening of heart disease nt the ape of 10 years. Tho fu neral arrangements havo not yet been completed. Mr and Mis. W. F. Ferguson have issued Invitations to the marriage re ception of their daughter, Helen May, and Samuel S. Dennis, Jr., nt 4:30 o'clock on the afternoon of Wednes day, June 26, at 77 North I'nlon street. Mrs, C K. R Ullss, for lti years ma tron of tho Home for Aped Women, relin quished her duties Thursday and will re f'Io with relatives nt 42 North Wlllard ureef .Mrs, Miss Is succeeded by Mrs. B. Frances Hazard of North Ferrlsbiirgli. A film of money was stolen Sunuday turning from the cash drawer In the creamery operated by J. H. HHohle at tho -nrner of Pe.irl and North Chnmplaln streets. The theft was committed whllo t ie tfonnn who was In charge of the stor.? was talking to some one In the street. Sherman r. Allen, a former member of the Free Press staff and for some time the private secretary to the assistant sec retary of tho navy In Washington, will rr'lnqush the latter position October 1 to become no of the Washington corre spondent of tho Now York Herald. The members of Company M, tinder the command it dpt. O. H. Parker, will visit Montreal on June 30 and on Dominion day July 1, wil' bo the guests of the Fifth Regiment Prince of Wales Fuslleers. The Fifth regiment visited this city several yens ago and a royal welcome Is expect ed In the Canadian city. Judgments for the plaintiffs were en tered Thursday In city court In theso cases: H J Rhanley vs. James Snyder, damages J7 M, costs $6.B9; A. Reslck vs. J I Greenland, damages $10.72, costs $5.71 : D. Mansour vs. George De.vnors, damages ., costs 6.o9; C. P. Smith Feed Co. vs, H. K. Sails, damages $20.19, costs $6.91. A pretty double wedding was solemnized In Greenville, 111., on Tuesday of last week, when George K. Wheeler, son of JI H Wheeler, was married to Mary K, Moffet of Ottumwn, Iowa. Tho brother f Mr Wneelor's bririo was married at the same time to Miss Minnie Campbell of Greenville. The 20-dny campaign Inaugurated by the liuillngton Young Men's christian as sociation to raise $.V,fl"i with which to pay on tho building debt and provide for certain Improvements eame to an end P.i'urday night, the desired amount hav ing been raised. Tho last J2,r,ro was guaranteed by a number of the commit tee who had tho campaign In charge. Tho nnntral Pan-Hellenic reception, f-lven by memlors of the three societies of young ladles Indira In tho university, was held last evening at Grassmount to the seniors of the academic and medical de partments, the members, of tho facul'y rind their wives. Refreshments were served and and the affair was enjoyed by all prc3nt. Ji. n M-C'lellan, who was arraigned be fori Justice J. H. Macombep Tuesday cnarged with breach of the poa.ee, pleaded guil'y and was lined $10 ami costs of $S.:V, which he will pay. Samuel K. Perry Im plicated with McClellan In the disturb ance, which occurred at Kssox Junction, was arraigned for Intoxication. He plead ed guilty and was lined and costs, which he paid. The suit of Harry It. Thomas vs. the Central Vermont Railway Co, was entered Monday n Chittenden county court. Tho plaintiff seeks to recover damages of $2.0fl sustained by the burning of a barn, Ice house, shed, granary and contents, August 14, 1906. The buildings were located near tho Wlnooskl railroad bridge and tho plaintiff alleges that they were destroyed by sparks from a passing locomotive. Tho annual excursion and picnic of tho Sunday schols of St. Paul's and tho I'nl tarlan Churches were held on Saturday tho former going to Tort Frederic on the Vermont and the litter to Adams land ing on the TIcondiToga. The Ide.tl sum mer weather brought out a large com pany of children and their elders, Tho Unitarians had as guests V, children from tho Home on Shelburne stteut. Romco'u orchestra furnished music. Horace I,. Loomls, well known In this city, and Mrs. Caroline A. Rtaley of Rut land were married In Rutland Monday morning nt ntno o'clock by the Rev, M. H Smith, pastor of the Method'st Church of that city. The wedding was a quiet one, only tho Immediate friends of tho brldo and groom being present. Tho couple reached this city on the noon train and will reside at 14.1 Main street for the present. Of the eight tennis which formed the New H.impshlie bate ball league only four remain. They nre Burlington, Rarre Montpeller, Lirnnln and West Manches ter, which has dropped the prellx West, Laconln has been transferred to Pitts burgh and .Manchester may be transferr ed to Rutland, The name of the league has been changed to the Vermont league. Jed Landon of Atkinson, Neb., has been guest of Capt W, W. Rockwell of Ixiomls street. II. F. Little, formerly of this city, has areopti,) a position In the department of piactlcal mechanic In Syracuse) Univer sity, Syracuse, N, Y for tins next coN leso year. His son, Arlington Pearl Utile, associate professor of cleotrlal science In the samo utiHoislty, wtlll retains his posi tion, and at their annual Juno meeting he whs also ebs'ltd secretary of tho faculty of the colleso of applied fclence, to succeed Prof Hhepaitl, C. A, Saunders, who has boen em ployed lu tho olllco of t, phuinpluln Transportation comp.iuy, for the p.iHt two years, has. resigned his position, and left Monday for Washington, D, c, where ho has a position In tho omen of tho fourth assistant postmaster. general, Mrs. Blunders will visit her home In EIUbethI town, N Y., for the summer, and will join Mr Saunders somo time in September, Catarrh Whether It Is of tho noso, throat, stomach, bowels, or more dcllcato organs, catarrh Is always debilitating and should never fall of attention, It Is a dlseharRO from the mucous mem brane when kept In a state of Inflammation by an Impure, commonly scrofulous, con dition of the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures all forms of catarrh, radically and permanently It removes tho cause and overcomes all tho eftccts. Get Hood's, Robert Norton will siicceeel Mr. Saunder.! In the office of tho company here. The omeo of tho Consumers' Ice & Coal company, the store of P. K. Stone and the Woolworth store were broken Into by bur glars early Saturday morning, Nothing of value was taken from any of the places, but tho cash drawers showed evi dences of being tampered with. On Sat urday Frank Roach, 1G years of age, and Walter Patrick, 17. worn arrested by tho police on suspicion of being the burglars. Both hoys havo been Inmates of the Indus trial school at Vergennes and were out on parole. Patrick's homo Is In Rutland, but ho has been teen In this city for sev eral days past. Mayor Illgelow Tuesday received a petition signed by more than 30 voters asking that a city meeting be called to ree whether the citizens will vote to In struct tho city council to accept the prop osition made by tho Kilns Lyman Coal company for the lease to the city of a portion of Its wharf nt the foot of King street, according to the terms of a letter presented at the last meeting of the coun cil. The warning will be Hslted forthwith and tho meeting will probably bo held July K Owing to Increased attendance and lim ited accommodations nt tho commence ment dinner, It has become necessary to discontinue the custom of giving to each almnus ticket nt the dinner gratis. Spoe ciall Invited guests ami the members if the graduating classes will receive dinner tickets, others may procure them nt tho hotel office at one dollar per plito. Ar rangements may bo made through tho marshal, Charles K Allen, for reserving tables or seats for classes or fraternities. All alumni and friends will be admitted to the after-dinner speviklng. Frank P.irizo of Essex was arraigned betoie Justice J. T. Stearns Monday, charged with Intoxication. Ho pleaded guilty and was fined $3 and costs of $S..)". Michael Splaln of this city and Sidney Perrault eif South Hero were arraigned In city court, charged with llrst offences of Intoxication. Upon their pleas of guilty they were o.ieh lined $ and costs of $7.4.". Dan Allen, who was convicted of a second offense of Intoxication, a week ago, was arraigned on a similar charge yesterday. He pleaeled guilty and was sentenced to ?A days In the county Jail. He testified n disclosing that he obtained his stuff In Pittsburgh. Tho funeral of Robert G. Severson was helel Friday afternoon at three o'clock frein his Idte residence on South Union street. The Rev. G. W. lirown, D. D and the Rev. J. K. Meade, D. D.. of Troy, a former pastor of the Methodist Church In this city, were the officiating clergy men. The bearers were J. 11. Gates, Ellas Lyman. H. W. Allen, K. J. Booth, W. F. Hendoe and H. J. Derby, The services were largely attomhd by Mr. Severson's former friends and business associates, In cluding many from the Kthan Allen club and the Algonquin club. The entire staff of the Howard National bank attended In a body. The floral tributes were many and very beautiful. Interment was In Dako View cemetery. .Mrs. Matgaret Thynne, who had been 111 for the past six months, died Sunday night nt the home of her daughter, Mrs. K. A. Whlt'.ock, 7.1 North Wlllard street. Mrs. Thynne was HI years of age and had l'cn a resident of this city for the past 3ft years. She was born In Galeshlelds. Scotland. She Is survived by 10 eh Idren, Mrs. K. A. Whltlock, Mrs. Warren Hazen, Mrs. Kugeno Gosselln. Wiliiim and Rob ert Thynne, Miss Nellie Thynne of this city, Mrs. A. S. Ayies of Indianapolis, Ir.l Mrs. Harry Ketchum of Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs. Frank RadeUffe of New Ha ven, Conn., James Thynne of Montreal, besides one brother, William Smith of Wlnooskl. The fimeral wis held from the home of Mrs. Whltlock on North Wll lard street Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The block on College street next east of tho Howard bank and belonging to tho Raxter estate has been bought by J, O., J. H. and C. A. Mlddlebrook. This block, which has a frontage of 6o t-M feet on College street, Is a substantial structures having been constructed over venrs ago and with solid brick walls. The farming Implement business long condu ted there by the late A. G. Pelrce was e Mnbllshed alKitit f'ft years ago and J. O. M ddlebrook, the senior member of the present firm of J. O. Mlddlebrook Son, who succeeded Mr. Pierce, has been In the building since 1X70. Tho Messrs Mlddlebrook propose later on to make radical Improvements In the building and It Is expected that a number of line offices will be finished on tho second floor and a concert inll em the third floor. VERMONT LEAGUE STANDING, Won. I,osl Pet. Harre-MontpeHor 18 i, ,7S3 Hnrllngton 11 12 .47S Manchester 10 n ,)7i'i Plattfbiirgh S 12 .111 AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING. Won. List. Pet. Chicago 33 In SA1 Cleveland C2 21 .601 Detroit IS ID ,nrw Philadelphia 2S 23 .540 New York 23 25 .475 St. Iiul 22 3.' .407 Washington 17 21 .370 Boston IS ,";4 ,34i NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lo3t. Pet. Chloag'O 40 12 .769 New York 33 17 ,0010 Philadelphia 32 19 .62 Plttsbur 26 21 ,553 BoHon 22 30 .423 Cincinnati 21 32 .3 IJrooklyn IS 35 ,340 St. LhiIs 15 II .268 Woodman' i:enrslein In Moulpc lie r. To enable nil to nttenil the Woodman's Field IMy exercises on Hatunlay, Juno 22, 1907, the Central Vermont Hy. will sell special exourKiein tickets to Mont peller ami return, at tho following low fa res : Hurllngton $1 25; Wlnooskl tl.LT.; Essex Jet. l.'.'S; Willlston $1.15; Itlehinond !5c; Joiiesvllle Mei. From north of Montpeller tickets will 1 good going 011 morning mall train and on No. 2 Express from stations where regularly schedules! to stop, Heturnlng, good on all re-giilar trains June 22 nnd 23rd, exeept that trains will not stop at stations not schedub-d on time cards as regular stopping places, See handbills for particulars. ' 147, 2t&wlt REV. J. H. GEORGE ELECTED. Chosen President of Drury College YcMenlny Hits Not Decided Vltefhej" tei Accept. St, Iiuls, Mo., Juno 19. The Rev. J. II, Oeorgo of Uurllnglon Vermont was elected president of Drury Oollofio today. When n Free Press man nsked Dr, George last evening whether ho lutondd to ucce.pt the poetitlem effcred him ho snld ho had reached no decision In the matter. In fact ho had only Just learned that he had been elected. He did net know thnt there was any vacancy In the office of president nnd was In no wny a candidate for the place. During his pas torate In St. Iouls, several ywirs ngo, lie was chairman of tho board of trustees of the college but bus hnd no connec tion with It for some time. Drury College Is located In SprlngfleUl, Mo., Is a Congregational Institution of n literary character, with no scientific de partment, nnd has at present about 400 Ftudemts. WEDDING AT CATHEDRAL. Til ninn M. HloUe.v nnd SINs Norn M11I-enbj- Mnrrlril Yesterday MornlnK. A very pretty June wedlng was solem nlzeed nt St. Mary's Cathedral yester day morning, when Miss Nora E. Mul cahy of West Rutland became the bride of Thomas Hlckey, of Fnirhaven. Tho ceremony was performed by the Rev. P. J. Harrett, pastor of tho Cathedral, In the presence of n large number of friends of the contracting nrtles. Promptly at nine o'clock the bridal party entered the church, to the strains of the "Irfihengrln" wedding march, In the following order; the ushers, Thomas R. Powell, U. V. M. 19(0, Wlllam M. Mnl heron. U. V. M. 1901, John J. Murphy, U. V. M. 1507 nnd Charles C. Wilson, U. V. M. 1917, followed by the llttlo flower girl, Miss Theresa Gohlke, nnd lastly tho bride nnd her bridesmaid, Miss Agnes Crosby, nnd proceeded to the nltnr rail, where they were met by the gronn nnd bis best man. Dr. John J. Dervln, U. V. M. 19nel, Mtd., of Poultney, During tho marriage ceremony Mis Jennie Tiacon, the organist nt the Cathedral.plnycd soft ly. Following the ceremony the reverend pastor said the nuptial mass, during the celebration of which Miss Sara Cortey sang an "Ave Maria," following which Miss Corley and Wlllam G. Ryan ren dered nn "O S.ilutarls." After the party left the church, they repaired to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Gohlke, on Murray street where a reception was held. Mr. and Mrs. Hlckey were assisted In receiving by Mr. nnd Mrs. Gokey. Tho tables were presided over bv Miss Mamie Cross and Miss Elizabeth Hnnley. The bride was becomingly gowned In n creation of white Persian lawn over whlto taffeta nnd wore a Neapolitan hat to match, nnel carried a white payer book. Her bnquet of sweet peas was car ried hy the little flower girl. Miss Crosby wore a gown-of pink silk mesallne over white taffeta nnd a green picture hat. The bride was the recipient of a Inrge number of costly and beautiful presents, including several pieces of cut glass, silver-ware etc., She also received a sub stantial click from her brother, John Mulcahy of Juneau, Alaska. The bride has been n resident of this city for the past eight years, and during that time has made a host of friends, who will wish her many years of unal loyed happiness. She Is a member of the Sodality of the ltlesed Virgin of fit. Mary's Cathedral. The groom Is a gradu ate of the University of Vermemt in the class of 19W, and during the past year has acted as, principal of tho Milton bUrh school, hut expects to take the Ver mont State bar examinations next fall, While a student nt the University, he became a member of the Delta Psl fra ternity, nnd was considered one of the best men In his class. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hlckey left on the noon train for n we-llng trip to Roston and Cape Cd. They will spend the summer at the home of the groom's mother In Fair-haven. Z VZ-RTlOnfl NOTES M The season for black bass fishing open ed Saturday and lasts till January 1. Most of the Rutland coal dealers aro selling coal for $6 a ton delivered. Cliarged with serving his customers with diluted milk. Carlton G. Marks of Rutland will havo a hearing Friday. Three quarts of water were dr".wn from the lungs of W. F. Crowther of Rutland, 111 with pleurisy. Ho has a fair chance ef recovery. The excessive cold weather of the latter part of the winter has destroyed the entlro pencil crop of Vermont, tho trees falling entirely to blossom. Tom Kennedy of Rutland ordered up a clam chowder at Klnsella's lunch room, nte It and ran. For 66 days he will par take of free lunch in tho county Jail, Seven-year-old Everett Iladger of South Pomfret came near burning himself to death while trying to smoke cigarettes. Only heavy clothlns saveil his life. After serving 13 years as transfer clerk at White River Junction, Ephraim Adams has tendered his resignation on account of 111 health. F. A .Cleveland will succeed him. II. H. Stratton of Rutland has a mare which foaled a colt with ono eyet In the center of the forehead and no upper Jaw, Otherwise tho anlm.il was perfectly formed. The Canadian timber land' of J. R. Month, who owns extensive manufactur ing Interests In Hiirllngton, are so great that they would form a path a mile wide clear across the Dominion. " Higher prices are demanded by milk producers along the lino of tho IlennlnK ton A- Rutland road. They have organ ized nnd elected delegates to press their claim as great Issatlsfactlon exists. Examinations, for admission to second ary schools of pupils whoso tuitions aro to be paid by tho towns In which they live, will lie held Thursday and Friday, Juno 27 and 2S, also August at and 30. Mason Hoyce of Moietowu says ho tapped Ki maple trees this spring from which he made 1111 nvenini' of 11 pounds 10 the tree. Mr. Iloyee Is 76 years old and the father of IS childien, 16 of whom are living. After colliding with and being rim ov -r by u iiiulor-iycln 011 a steep hill John Aiideisun of Rutland escaped without a scratch. TI111 bicycle, on which hn was riding when the accident occurred, was lumpletely demolished. While celebrntlng with a crowd of fohool boys on tho occasion of tho arrival of summer vacation, Dana Clark of St. Johnsbury was seriously burned about tho faro by tho premature ex plosion of gun powder. f Cbursday 14 .June 20 Boston Store Opening, Day ANNUAL JUNE WHITE GUODS SALE ! SUPERB MUSLIN UNDERWEAR! WHITE LAWN WAISTS! SHIRT WAIST SUITS ! GRADUATING AND EVENING DRESSES! Undermuslins Anticipating the extensive advance in all Cotton Goods we laid our plans and bought for this sale several moths ago, thus we are in a position to offer Our Patrons Exceptional Good Values during this our June White Sale. Taking into consideration the present cost of all Cotton Goods, those who avail them selves of the many offerings of this sale and secure a supply for the near future will not only be well pleased with the values but will secure more and better goods for their money than can doubtless be obtained foWmonths to come. Undermusltns 3une wbtte sale prices Corset Cobers 12hc, 19c, 29c, 39c. 49c, 59c, 69c, 79c, 99c Chemise 49c, 89c, 99c, $1.09, $1.39 Short Skirts 29c, 49c, 59c, 79c, 99c Long Skirts 29c, 49c, 59c. 69c, S9c, 99c, $1.19, $1.39, $1.99 Gohms 29c, 59c, 69c, 79c, 89c, 99c, $1.09, $1.29, $1.39 Dralvers 19c, 29c, 49c, 59c, 69c, 79c, 99c Children 9s Waists 12hc and 19c Children 's Skirts 19c, 29c, 39c, 49c Undermuslins June wbife sale prices Infants 9 Slips 12c, 29c, 39c, 49c, 59c, 79c, 89c, 99c Infants 9 Skirts 49c, 59c, 79c, 99c Infants 9 and Children 9s Hats We firo showing n most attractive lino of White Muslin Embroidery, also Silk Bonnets for the little ones. 23c to $1.48 Children 9s 'Bonnets Here you will find a choice selection of white wash and Embroidery Hats for the children. 23 c to $2.50 Children 9s White Dresses all sizes, 1 to 4 years. 29c, 59c, 79c, 89c, 99c AT THE ABOVE PRICES THERE IS A SAVING TO OUR PATRONS OF AT LEAST 25 PER CENT. ON the PRESENT MARKET VALUE Cbe X US. IUcJIuslati Company I'ICTOHl l, IIRVIIIW IMTTKHXS aim: Tin: inivi'. iMCTonii, iinvmw patti:ii.s Aim MOST SAVINfi. m Only a lad, Theodore Corbett of Wind ham exh'blted Rro.it none when nil but cut to death by a. buttlng-off saw. Tho muscles of hi. bark were cut away, his ribs bared and the kidneys exposed. H waited two hours for the arrival of a doe tor without a murmur and had the wound dressed without the administration of ether. PROBATE COURT. IN BURLINGTON AGAIN. Chnrelimen Selrrt Tills City for Xext Convention ot (he Diocese. The closlns session of the 117th annual convention of the diocere of Vermont was belli yesterday moraln In St. Paul' parish hall. S. W. Hlndcs of Hurllnirton and W. II. Bishop of Island Iond were elected as substltuto lay deputies to tho triennial convention to be held In Rich mond, Va next October. The election of these two frentlemen completed the re quired number of alternate. Rllas I,ymnn of Ilurllnffton was elected one of tho trustees of the dleerre to till the unex pired term of the late Col. Fred 11. Smith of MompM!er, The convention, on In vitation of Ft. Paul's parish, will as venvble here ntrnln next year. At tho clofe of the convention n con- fr-ren-e coneernlnK Sunday s-hool work was held durlnp the remainder of the I morning and In the afternoon. Hlshop Hall picshlrd. The discussion of the question ' of courses of lr.pt ruction was Introduced by the now C S. twls of Worrtiock and the discission of tho question of orjranlza'kn nnd discipline was Introduced by the Itev. I II, I.ench of nichford. The last question considered was the training of teachers. A paper on tho subject written by tho Rev. D. I. Stan ford of I'ellows Falls wns read by tho How Philip Fchuyler of Bennington. DIED. RKVRHSCOT In this city. Juno 12. 1017. at his home, 311 South Union street. Rob ert Oerry Severson In his "2nd year. MADIOAN At tho Fanny Allen hos pltnl, Friday afternoon, June 11, John Miull?an of this city, nged 31 years, DKVKRHI'X-In this city at her homo on Oeor?e street, Friday afternoon, Juno H, Madeline fJevetvux, ned ID. TllYNNT Ub'd In this city June Id Mrs, ..lunjurot Thynne, ni?ed fil years. TIIOKP In HlooniliiKton, m , June lit, 11107, lid ward Thorp. 3M Arsene Boucher, Funeral Director aui Embalmer 1(9 North StreiL Burlington. Night call. Telophone 432-Z1 Summitry of Utilities Transacted dur ing the Week KmliiiK June II). In re Maria Sh.imbe.au, Willlston (In sane.) Committed to the Vermont State horpltal for the In'ano ot Wntorbiiry. Kstate of William II. Hale. Fmlerhill. Administratrix' final settlement made. Kstato of Farah II. Baldwin, Hlnes bursh. Will proved; Cicero O, Peck ap pointed executor; Guy I). Boynton and Henry W. Russell commissioners. ntato of WlHIam Hill. ISurllnKton. Ijlcenso to sell real estate granted. Kstate of Rose A. Moleort, Westford. Administratrix' tltial settlement made. Kftate of Marlon K. Hack. Htirlintfton. Kara M. Horton appointed administra tor; Alba C. Booth and James H. Mitchell commissioners anil appraisers. In re Dewey J. Klrby (minor) Col chester. Minnie Youns appointed Ruanl lan; application for license to sell real estate; henrlnK July S. r1nte of Pauline Parlzo and Rosa Parlzo (minors) Colchester! Ivlcenyo to sell real estate (tr.inted. Estate of Rebecca Brown, Burllnprton. F. W. Word appointed administrator; C. P. Smith nnd Henry Greene commis sioners and appraisers. Kstate of Marcla M. Thomas Burling ton. Thomas Reeves appointed adminis trator; Timer K, Pa vis and John K. Ivivell commissioners and Appraisers, Kstate of Thomas Blakev, Cnderhlll. Application for license to sell real estate; hearing July 8. Kstate of Robert O. SevorMin, Burling ton. Will fiel for probate; hearing July r.. Ks-tnto of Mnrsaret Thynno. Burllntrton. Will tllrd for probate; heirlnn July ,1. Kstate of Charles MeCannnn, Kssex. Commissioners' report tiled. Kstate of Richard CnlWns, Plntts-burRh, N. Y. Commissioners' report Hied. Kslnte of Sidney A. Stevens. Kssex. Kxecutor's lnontory tiled. USTATK OF S.Ut.UI n. IIAI.inVlN, iiPm:siii ik;ii. We, tho subscribers, hnvlnrr been ap pointed by the Honorable the Probatn Court for the District of Chittenden, cominlssloiii'is t lecelve, uxninluu nnd adjust the claims ami deniuiids of all persons UKUhlHt the estate of Surilll K. Baldwin, late of llhieibtirKli, lu suld district deceased, iiml also nil ehiliiiH and ilciimtulH exhibited In offset tlmreto, it ii il six months from the tin v ot the date hereof bclnt; allowed by suld court for that purpose, we do theie forn hereby kIo iioilte that wo will uttiud to the duties of our appoint ment lit the residence of II. A. llecch or In I llnesbuiKli, III said dlstilct on the second Saturdays of AtlKUKt and December next it t III o'clock II. 111., oil each of said days. Dated this I lib duv of June. 1007. (il'Y D. BOYNTO.Y, 11 KNR V W. lU'rSS KM rit.wIU Commissioners. Cardboard at nillB 1'IUEU BTOBHL K.STATK OF JURCll M. TIIOMVS, III Itl.l.XJ'I'O.N. We, the subscribers, hnvlnfr been appointed by the Honorable Probata Court for tho District of Chittenden, commissioners to receive, examine and udjust the claims nnd demands of nil persons usaiust the estntc of Mania M. Thomas, bile of HurlliiKton. In said district deceased, and also all clnlms and demands exhibited 111 offset there to; nnd six months from the day of the dato hereof being allowed by said Coi rt for that purpose, we do there to! o hereby jrlve notice that we will attend to the duties of our appoint ment at the office of K. K. IHvK on Church street, In Hurllnct in. in said district, on the Miond Fridays of July and December, next, nt 10 o'clock a. in., on each of said days. Dated this 1Mb day of June. 1907. KI-MKR K. DAVIS, JOHN K. I.AVKId,. ,"l,w3t. Commissioners. hvi'atf, of iiinir.m hrowx, iiriii,i.v(;i'(i.v. We, tho subscribers, havliiK been ap pointed by tho Honorable the Probato Court for tho District of Chittenden, commissioners to recolve, examine and udjust the claims nnd demands of nil persons nirulnst the estate of Rebecca lirown. late of Burllnijtton, In said district, 'deceased, and also all claims and demands exhibited In offset thereto, and six months from tho day of the date hereof be Iiik nllowed bv said court for that pur pose, we do therefore hereby rIvp no tice, that We will attend to the duties of our appointment at tho BurllliKton Savings Bank In Burlington, In said district, on the second Thursday of August nnd December, next, at 10 o'clock n. m., on each of said days. Dated tills 13th day of June, 1P07. C. P. SMITH. HHN'RY fSRKKN. M.w.lt, Commissioners I.VDIA .11. HOOT'S, I'.STATIl. Notice of Settlement noil Application fur llUlrlliiitlnn. STATU OF VKRMON'T. District of Grand Isle, ss. In Probate Court, held at North Hero, in unld District, on the 17th day of June, A P.. 1!'07. KM win Adams executor of the last will and testninent of the estate of Dvdla M Root, late of South Hero In suld district, deceased, asks leave to present his administration account for examination and allowance, anil makes application for n decree of distribution nnd partition of the estate of said de ceased. Whereupon. It Is ordered by said court, that said account and said application be referred to a session thereof, to be hold at the Probate of llcc lu North Hero, lu said dlsttlct, on the Mb day of July, A. I ).. 1H07, for he.tr Ina and tlet Ulon thereon Ami It l further ordered, that notice here of bo Klven to all persons Interested lu said estate, bv publishing notices of the sanie three weeks successively III (lie lliirllliKtutl Weekly Flee Press a newspaper printed In Bui'lliiKtuii, lu this S,tnto previous to suld tlmo ap pointed for healing, that they may ap pear at salt) time and place, ami show cause, If any they may have, why said account shall not bo nllowed, nnd such doorHo made. By order of the Court. Attest, WILLIAM HAYNKS. Judfro, 61,w3t HSTVl'll OF flItin. II. HACK, 111 III.IMITO.V. We, tho subscribers, havlntr been ap pointed 1)5 the Honorable thi Probata I Court for the District of Chittenden, j commissioners to receive, examine nnd adjust the ehiln s and dom.irds f all 'persons nffaln-.t the estate of Marlon K. Hack. late of Burlington, in said district deceased. nnd also a'l 'claims and demands exhibited In offset I thereto; nnd six months from the dnv of the date hereof being allowed by said court for thnt purpose, wo do therefore hereby give notice that wo will attend to tho duties of our ap pointment nt the law office of K7.ru M. Horton in Burlington, In said district, nn the second Thursdays of August and December next, at 10 o'clock a. m.. on each of said days. Dated this 13th day of June, 1007. ALBA C. BOOTH JA.MKS H MITCHKLL. el.wSt. Commissioners, ltoniMtT (;. Mivnitsov hstatk. STATU OF VKRMONT, District of Chit tendon. To all persons Interested In fho es tate of Robert fj. Severson, late of Burlington, In said district, dct oused, GRK 3TINU, At a Probate Court, holde-i at Bur lington, within and for tho District of Chittenden, on the isth day of June, 1907. an Instiument purporting to bo tho last will and testament ot Robert G. Severson, late of Burlington In said district diceaseil, was presented to the court aforesaid, for probate And It Is ordered by said Court that the r.th day of July, 1907. at th' Pro bate Court rooms In said nurlinton, bo assigned for proving said Instrument: anil that nntlco thereof bo git en to all persons concerned, by publishing this order threo weeks successively in the Burlington Weekly Free Press, a newspaper published at Burlington, previous to the time appointed. Therefore, you aro hereby notified to appear before said court, at tho tlmo and place aforesaid, and contest tho probato of said will. If you havo cause. Given under my hand at Burlington, In said district, this lSth day of June, 1907. MARCKLLl'S A. BINGHAM, 61,w3t. Judgo MAHC. iu:t tmv.nm:' KSTATU. BTATK OF VKRMONT. District of Chit tenden. To ull persons Interested in the es tate of Margaret Thynne bite of Bur lington, lu said district, deceased. oitnKTiNa: At n Probate Court, holden nt Burling ton, within and for the District of Chitten den, on tho I'.'th day of June, 190", (in Instrument purporting to be tho laat will and testninent of .WtfrRttret Thyiinu lato of Burlington, III said tllstrlott de ceased, wits presented Jo tho Court afuresaltl, for probate. Ami It Is ordered by said court that the .Mb tlHV of July. 1907. ut the Pro bate Court rooms lu uald Burlington, bo I assigned for proving said Instrument; auu tlmt notico tiieieor do given to all persons concerned by publlshliiK this or der three weeks successively In tho Bur lington Weekly Freo l'rens, a nowspapur published at Burlliiii ton. III said dis trict, previous to tlni tlm. appointed. Therefore, you are hereby untitled to appear before suld Court, it t tho tlmo and place aforesaid, and contest tho probato of said will, If you have causo. Given under my hand at Burlington, In said district, this 19th day of Juno, 1907. .MARCELLAS A. BINGHAM, 61,w3L Judge.