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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1907.
13
CIAS CUT OFF
HIS LEFT FOOT
Man from Windsor Mills, P. Q.,
Dragged Himself 80 Rods
after Accident.
SLEPT AND WAS CARRIED BY
Wokr noil .lumped from Morlng Tratn
at I.yuilom 111c Mnnchester Youth
3 Die frnin l.orkinvr A Illirit
iry nt Vrrgenne Col
lege Mnn Cirtu Hull.
Liyndonvillo, July 14. Francis Couturo
of Windsor Mills, 1. (.., was nm over by
the oars parly this morning. Uo was
usleep and put carried by tlie Htatlon. As
soon as he woko tip he jumped from the,
moving train anil the cars cut his let
foot above his nnklo and the toes of his
light foot He dragged himself about SO
rods t the nearest house where he. 'a
being cared for by the family.
ANOTHER LOOKJAW DEATH.
Young Tovtnc of Mnnclie.pr Wn Ih
Jurnl rrlehrul Iiik the Fourth.
Manchester, July 14. James Towne of
Purdyv .lie, a 10-year-old 1my. dlrd here
yesterday of lockjaw, at the home of A.
CI I'urdy of Manchester, from a wound
received Independence dny. The boy was
hand 'ng a revolver loaded with a black
cartridge, when It accidentally went off,
badly wounding his hand. Despite all thn
efforts of the physician, lock-Jaw set In,
which, steadily Browing worse, resulted
In the boy's death Young Towne hid
been living with Mr. I'urdy for seine
years.
BURGLARY AT VERGENNES.
Edward .Inmiar, Hnlibed of I'our Cents
nnd In Money.
Vcrgonnes, July n.--r.arlv this morn
ing, Edward January discovered that his
house had been burglarized, entrance be
ing made by n back window, and three
dress coats, an overcoat nnd $l.ri In money
taken. He at once notlllpd Constable
Mooes (Harrow. Suspicion pointed to
Fred Johnson, who left Mr. January
yesterday after hoarding there a few
days, and he was followed by Mr. Janu
ary and the constable to the Sprin
Grove camn grounds where all trace of
Johnson was loss.
State's Attorney I,, C, Russet of Mid
dlebury nnd tho police there were noti
fied and steps taken to apprehend the
man In other towns. Johnson cam"
here, nltout two weeks ago from Phel
burne where he claimed to have worked
on Dr Webb's estate. He hail employ
ment here In the Vermont Shade Roller
company and also at the Stevens House.
Johnson Is described as hot ween 1$ and
in years old, about T feet or 7 Inches In
height, somewhat freckled, a squint to
one eye nnd when last seen wore strlp
led gray troupers turneil up at the hot
ton, black shoes and a gray cap.
RELEASE COLLEGE STUDENT
MANY FLEE FROM SHILOH.
IHIahn nenl Tltrlr Refuge Wlirn They
Attempt t Itrenk Anny.
twrham, M. July 14. Midnight es
capes, tretnUlng refugees, nn under
ground railway, In whoso stations scenes
exciting and thrilling nro enacted, girls
escaping In terror of their Uvea, strong
men Milverlng at the thoiigbt of being
recttpturcd-t rends like the advertise
ment of tho latest melodrama, but as a
matter of fact It Is Just the beginning of
nn iinexnggern.tod description of tho way
that people loivo Shlloh, th Zlon created
by the Rev. Frank W. Rindford.
To thoso who do not know HWIoli, or
havo made ncqualntanro with It only bv
hearsay, It Is a settlement on n sandy
hilltop Just above Lisbon Falls. Its tall
towers can be seen, gloriously painted, at
sunrise and sunset, nnd Its handsome
buildings speak of prosperity nnd peace.
Hut In the shadow of all this, In the little
town of Lisbon Falls below It, Jltst across
the Androscoggin river, there Is another
story told. The town Is one of factories,
but It Is also a town of refugees nnd
Shlloh Is the placo from which these ref
ugees have fled.
A stranger stopping hero notices first
the river, the wooded hills nnd the fac
tories, then he brings his attention down
to tho Inhabitants nnd finds something
worthy of his Interest.
MAN" V STAY IK THE TOWN.
For Instance, the stranger Is sitting
on tlie porcn oi tlie noiei. eur nun
stands a nntlvc, reflectively chewing
tobacco. An old man, bent wltli years
and rather unsteady on his legs, passes,
and the nntlvc eyes him with Interest
"You see Mint man. there," he says
lie escaped from Shlloh, but his two
children are still there. He oouldn t
persuade them to go away, but ho felt
that he had to get out himself."
Again, the stranger asks where he
can get Ifonii'thlng to eat. Another na
tive tells him there Is a restnurant and
It is kept by a man who used to be an
Inmate 0f Shlloh. His wife Is still with
In the gates, so ho lives alone.
And so It goes.
If the stranger goes out to drive, In:
Is Informed by his country canman
that here Is a house where an escaped
Shllohlte lives, and that In another
house over there Is a man who Is har
boring a woman who recently ion mo
sacred precincts lu terror.
After a few hours In tho place, the
stranger finds that the thought upper
most In his mind Is that there Is some
dread place, called Shlloh, to escape
from, and that almost all the people
round about hayo either escaped or
helped others to do It.
In this assistance to fleeing Shlloh
Us one tVgure stnnds out strongly.
This Is Ellsha Heal, and his hous
can readily be called the mr t Import
ant station In the "undergroujid rail
wav" out of Shlloh, a railway that, ex
cept In length, rlvnls the one by which
escaping slaves were assisted to Can
ada In days "before the war."
v.
A. Carpenter of I.ynilnnvllle Gets
Hall nrtrr Tim Weeks In .lull.
St .lohnibury, July 11. Elbrldgo A.
Carpenter of Lymlonvllle npiiesred before
tae county clerk yesterday morning and
gav' ball for J.V1 and was rehn.sed from
county Jill where ho has beonn since
July 1. Mr. Carpenter confessed on that
day to attempting to negotiate n note of
tZ(') at the Merchants' NatlonnI Innk of
this place on which were forged endorse
ments Mr. Carpenter comes of a pood
family and Is a medical student at Tufts
College.
S'nto's Attorney Hill has bad a busy
time the pa.'t in days. The first 10 days
of this month the fines Imposed by Jus
tices of the peace, In whli he was prose
cuting officer, amounted to $41." nnd the
costs in these case -were Slffl.K more.
On the night of Sunday, July 7, a sealed
freight car was broken into at Walden,
and two cases of whiskey, each contain
ing 12 bottles, were taken from the car.
The newt day Willie Woods of Walden
iippeared to have considerable liquor for
It's friends nnd Deputy Sheriff Garfield
arrested him Jus-t as he and Murdo Smith
were going to the place where the stolen
whiskey was concealed. State's Attorney
IP11 proseruted them before Justice Mead
er of Walden and Woods pleaded guilty
to furnishing liquor to Oeorgo Itogeri
of Walden, A fine of 3W was Imposed
which with the costs amounted to fSlS.SO.
Woods paid tho fine and costs. Smith
was arrested at tho same time, but dls
charged.
FOR THREE FINGERS $500.
Verdict for Mill Worker Ilernle 1
Cole'a Sentence One Yenr.
Windsor, July 1H. Tho jury In tho rase
of Eugene Oagne against the Peerlleld
River convpany returned a verdict for $".00
In favor of the plaintiff In I'nltod States
court yesterday.
Tho case was for Injuries received by
the plaintiff In defendant's mill at Wll
mlngton. In lfln.1;. In a machine called nn
edger. Ho lost three lingers by having his
left hand caught In gears which It Is a.
leged should have been boxed,
liernle T. Colo pleaded guilty to break
lng Into a postnfhVo at Craftsbury In 100C,
and waj sentenced by Judge Holt to one
year at hard labor In the house of cor
rection at Rutland
MR. HEAL GETTING SICK.
Mr. Real's farm Is the nearest one to
Shlloh. and Sandford has tried to pur
chase It, as he has nil the other farms
round about. Mr. Ileal has not consld
ered nn offer yet. but he contemplates
doing so, ns In his own language, "he Is
sick nnd tired heirlng about Shlloh and
getting people away from there."
He Is not anxious to nils himself up In
tho various escapes that take place from
the Institution, but when the poor re
fugees ask him for help he Is too kind
hearted to refuse them.
Ho it was that took Margaret Sullivan
In nnd got her back to her friends In
Manchester, X. H.
"If that poor girl had stayed at Shl
loh a month longer, she would have be
come Insane." was his verdict on the
condition of Shlloh's latest refugee.
"I objfctfd to her calling tho elders
men of God," he remarked drily.' "I've
lived In this place long enough to know
t.iem nnd I should call them something
entirely different."
He failed to specify Just what, hut It
was easy to guess.
"What Is the general condition of peo
ple who get away from Shlloh?" was one
of tho questions nkd Mr. Ileal by the
Herald young woman.
They are generally nervous wrecks,
answered. "I have seen strong men
tremble like leaves when they were try
ing to make up their minds to escape."
Had dvspepsln or Indigestion for
o.u-s. no annetiiie. ann wnai i nm
eat distressed me ternmy. HurtloeK
Wood Hitters cured me J. II. Walker,
Kunbury, Ohio.
ON" TOP.
The fish are biting freely
They're ns lively as you wish,
And tho rural Horace Orepley
Stops his paper for a fish.
Ami tho man of song and story-
Sought nnd honorfd bv the state.
Is no man who strives for glory,
lint tho man who digs the bait!
Atlanta Constitution.
OLDEST MAN IN COUNTY.
Daniel Carpenter of Ilrnnlnntou Denrt
nt Age of 03.
Bennington, July 13. Daniel Carpenter,
the oldest man In this county, died yes
tenia y afternoon at his resldenro after
n long Illness from blood poisoning,
Ho was born In Now M'lford, Conn
1 years ago, April 27. He caino hero In
IM'i. Mr. Cnrpenter was much Interested
In the manufacture of powder for tho
government during the Civil War. He was
(1 feet 3 Inches tall, straight as an arrow
and for sevpral ypirs has bepn blind from
cataracts,
RAISED J1S.R02 FIRST WEEK,
fit, Johnsbury, July 14. Tho first wppk
In Ht, Johnsbury's IB-day campaign to
rnlso for thn Y, M, C. A, cnmpalgn closed
Saturday night with $18,802 ruined, Tho
campnlgti closes July 22 and nil nr v
iTYOU'VE BEEN LONGING TO POSSES A PIANOl
THEN
THIS IS YOUR ONE GREAT OPPORTUNITY
During our July Clearance Sale we are going to
sell six well known makes of Pianos for 25 per cent
under price. Just think of it ! $58.75 saved on a $235
piano; $75 saved on a $300 piano ; $106 saved on a
$425 piano, etc.
Isn't it a great opportunity ? No longer will you
be compelled to deny yourself the pleasure of having
a Piano in your home. f
Now the children can take Piano lessons now
the home need no longer be cheerless and uninterest
ing now your friends can be entertained and enter
tain while they visit you.
THE REDUCTIONS
reduced to -
HERE ARE
$250 Erhards
$300 Radles
$350 Millers
$400 Mathushek
$425 James ? Holstrom
$425 Ludwigs
.
fcb
TllltOUUU WANT AD TIf INC.
j-otl in a y "trr lo thlaas" wit popta
lu city rod cntintr unythlu;. ou
have "or noincthlnc you ituiiIi Due
kind of farm machinery for nnntlii-r)
one kind of lire sloe' fur . notkrr)
nn kind of farm product fur an-other-
yonr fnrm ttsrlf for nnoUiPr
one.
Want aorrrtlvera "grniip tuo aklrta
of lifippr chanect nnd breaat the lilona
of clreuntatnapp."
I.UT1 tl'.lt M.
IIATIIS'S r.STATU.
District of Chit-
You see how emphatically we've made the re
ductionsnow come and see the Pianos themselves
the best produced the kinds that are GOOD and
will improve as time goes on the kind you'll be
proud to own.
These Pianos are sure to hurry out at these
prices so don't delay if you want to secure one of
these great bargains.
A. S. DUCKETT
t CLARKSON S DEPARTMENT
BBBHaS
$175 I
$225 I
$275
V C 4 S
$319
$350
.
STATI; OI'' VKUMON'T,
tendeti.
Tho Honorable the Probato Court, for
the district of Chittenden.
To thn heirs unci all persons Inter
ested lu the estnto of Luther M. Hates,
late of Westford.dPceased,
cmntrriNc-
Whereat, application hath been tnadu
to this court In writing, by the admin
istrator of the estate of huthcr M
Hates late of Westford. pri'ltig
for license and nuthorii" to
sell the wholn of the renl et itf of
said deceased, representing to said
Court, that It would be benei.O-il to
the heirs and all persons Inte fsteil
In the estate, of said deceased, t.i sell
tho wholo of tho real estate t.i said
decnased, and convert the s.i... Into
money.
And bringing Into Court the consent
nnd approbation In writing, of ail tho
heirs to said estate, residing In thin
Stuto, und setting forth tho situation
of the renl estate.
Whereupon, thy said Court appointed
nnd assigned the 20th day of July,
1 '107. at the l'roliate Court r'On s.
In said district, to hear und deeldo
i upon said application and petition,
ana ordered puuiic nouco mercoi io
be given to ull persons interested
therein, bv publishing said order, to
gether with tho tlmo nnd plnco of
hearing, three weks successively In
the Ilurllngtoti Weekly Free Freas, a
nowspaper which circulates In V n
neighborhood of thoso persons Intnr
e.stcd In said estate, nil whkh pub
lications shall bu previous to tut day
nssign"d for hearing.
Therefore, you are herpby notified to
appear before said court, at the 1 1 , .e e nd
plnco assigned, then and ther.. In said
Court, to malto your objections to tho
grnntlnij of such license. If, you seu
til use.
Cilven under my hand at the Frobatu
Court rooms this 8th day of July. 19"7
MAJieni.I.US A. BINGHAM.
.w.tt Judge
or itiMir.HT r;. suvurso.v,
iirm.iNUTOiV
We, tho subscrlleTS, having been
appointed bv tin- Honorable Probato
1 Court for tho District of Chittenden.
I coinmlssloneis to receive, examlno and.
adjust the clnlms and demands of all
persons against the estate of Itobert
(!. Heverson, late of Purllngton, In said
district deceased, and also all rlnlnis
and demands exhibited In offset there
to; and six moniiis mini lii.j miy ui
the date hereof being allowed hy said
I Court for tb.it purpose, we io tnere
! fore herebv give notice that we wl'l
attend to th duties of our appol it
I ment at the office of Howard flank i
Hurllngton, in f-ald district on tne t,rs
I Frtdavs of August and January next at
10 o'clock a m, on each of said days.
Dated tins 5lli nay ot .iuiv, iui.
F. K. Hurgess,
II. T. nutter,
jw"t Comiiils"loners
TIIV.VXE,
im'iti: or MAiKi.vmvr
nt'iu.i(iTo:f.
I I We, the subscribers, having Deen ap
I pointed by the Honorable the Prob to
o U 1 T JOI Wie wifu ii i " IHI.V.-O.I.. u,
I i-oinmlssloners to receive, examine and
adju ' Hie claims and demands of all
persons against tne estate oi .Mar
garet Thymic, late of liurllngton. In
said disuiei ikthiim'ii, mm iiisu an
claims and demands exhibited In offset
j thereto, and six months from the day ot
the date liereot Deing aiioweu oy sum
ourt for that purpose, we do there
fore hereby give notice that we will
attend to tho duties of our appoint
ive" t at the oiTlee of C. P. Graton, In
Unrllngton, In snld district, on tv
hrst Fridays of August and .Tat u rv
next, at in o'clock a. m., on caUi of
I said days.
Dated tills stn day or .liny,
C. D. Graton
Warren W. IIa7.cn,
;,w3t C'ommlssloi r rs
(i.U'VI.V,
.COTI .
M ATTEMPTED
ASSASSINATION
Leon Maille, a Naval Reservist,
Fired Two Shots at Pres. Fal
lieres in Paris.
IMMEDIATELY ARRESTED,
A. Moat Valuable Agent.
Tho glycerine, employed In Dr. Pierce's
medicines greatly enhances thn medicinal
properties which It extracts from native
medicinal roots and holds in solution
much better than alcohol would. It also
possesses medicinal properties of Its own,
being a valuahlo demulcent, nutritive,
antiseptic and antlfrnnent. It adds
greatly to the'01ciry of tho Black Cherry-
bark, Hloodrnot, Golden Seal root, Stone
root and Queen's root, contained Id
(ioldcn Medical Discovery " lu subduing
chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial,
throat and lung affections, for all of which
thoso agents arc recommended by stand
ard medical authorities.
In all cafes where there Is a wasting
ftwayb( flesh, loss of appetite, with weak
stomaCh. a9 In tho early stages oi con
sumtftlbii, thero can be no doubt that gly
rerinencts as a valuable nutritive and
aids Mie uplden fceai roq. otono rooi,
Oupiii'it rndt and Black Cherrvbark In
protnoUng digestion and building up tho
flesh anVfTdfrcngth, controlling tho cough
and brlntiha about a hcalthv condition
ot the while system. Of course. It must
not he erfrleoted to work miracles. It Will
not curouunsumptlon except In Its earlier
alftnu It will porn verv severe ohdt U
,y .1111 ii y i y mi . -
"1- "'H'11-"""
Police llnd DinicuKy In HeHtrnininK
(lir Croud from f.ynelilni; Illiu
No One Wat Injured lllng
Lenders ol tlie Anll-Mllltnr-
InU Arreatcil lit nrlrw.
Ptttip:.-h-a"K"(TT'.' "rn""' Qy''r ""f
aiTT Ifff 1'Tihpm i trniiiiies. aDd cifQic.
aa c.nrpnic,igia
In acute cougnt
loarseness.
It U notsoetlecllve. irlt In tho lingering
hang-on coughs, or thoso of long standing,
even wlion accompanied by bleeding from
lungs, that It lias performed Its most
marvelous cures.
Prof. Klnlcy KUtngwood, M. D of Ben
nett .Men, uouego, imcago, hays oi glycerine:
"In dyspepila it serves an excellent purpoae.
oldlna a fixed quantity of the peroxide of
brdrof cn In aolution, it Is one, of the belt
Sanuf actured producu ot the present time In
i action upon enfooblcd, dlordcrd ston
acbi, especially If there ta ulceration or ca
tarrhal rutrltls (catarrhal Inflammation ot
eftnm trio. It la a most efilctent lireDaratlOD.
Glycerine' will relieve many canes of PJToaU
actdl
rl(
ID
or ulcers.
(heartburn) and excessive gastrto (itomarh)
rlnii motrha. pimples,
e i'
"'Oofden Medical Discovery " enriches and
nIAa tlm VilnnA pnHnir blntrhpq. btmniefl.
eruntions. scrofulous swclllnirs and old sorea,
Tarls, July 11. Thn national fete today
was marred by an attempt on tne uio m
President T'Villleres by I-on Maille, a
naval rcervlt of Havre, who, it Is be
lieved, Is suffering from the mania of
persecution, Maille ared two shots at tho
President but did nm hit him lie was nt
one- pl.ireil under arrest.
An nccount of the activity of the a.ntl-
mllll.'irlsts, who tried to organlr.n a de
monstration against the army throughout
Franco today, exceptional precautions
were taken to safeguard the President.
The attempt on his life occurred on
Avenue Des Champs TOysees, while tho
President was returning to tho palaco
from Iyong Champs, where he had review-
ed the garrison of Paris In tho presence
of 2,'O.fiOil enthusiastic people. Premier
Clemonceau and M. Lines, the President's
secretary were with the President In his
landau, which was escorted by a squad
ron of cuirassiers, Thn carriage had
safely emerged frocn the llolsdo Houlogne,
secretary, were with the President In his
themselves with the Intention of hooting
the soldiers, and was descending the
broad Champs Ivlvsccs amid the ac
clamations of tho crowds thronging tho
sidewalks, who were shouting "Vivo Knl
lleres", "Vive IAmieo", when Maille,
from the curb at the corner of I,e,sijer
street, fired two shots point blank nt th,e
Piesldent In quick succession,
As by a miracle, on one was hit. Presi
dent Falllereis was cool and collnetfd
when tho cortege stopped. The diplomats
who were following tho President's Inn
dnu alighted from their earring- and
hurried to his side, Finding that nobody
had been injured, tho I'rpsident ordoreil
thn cortege to move on. Ill tho mem-
tlmo two policemen seized Mallln, who
lynching the prisoner, until a cordon of
reserves came, up and conducted him to
the station. There MaJllo refused to give
any reasons for his act, saying:
"The revelafors I have are so grave
and wrlous thxt I will only mak" them
before a mnRlstra'e for transmission to
the chief of Mite. It is a matter between
the government ar-I me. I am the vic
tim of many villainies."
Some of the wltjipssps of the fihootlng
sold that Mn11!e tired lu the air. It Is
believed that the n.an participated In the
recpnt senmens' strike nnd that nis minn
has been unhinged by fancied grievances.
It Is tielleved also that he aided in tho
revolutionary agitation of the general
federation of lnbor and the ant I mili
tarists. Thre Is no reason to suspect, a
nlot as Maille only nrrlvpd here from
Itnupn lnt night.
Mnllle appeared before an examining
magistrate to-night but the authorities
succeeded nnlv In extracting from him
a rambling statement about family per
secutlon direct id arralnt him. It was In
order to draw public attention to his
grievances he said that he fired tlie miois,
The prisoner t-rmlinted the examination
bv announcing bis Intention to give no
further explanations, as he believed that
the magistrate would do nothing to
remedy his wrongs
President FiWeres has received numer
mis telegrams of rnngntiilatlou from the
rulers of many countries on his lucky es
cape,
Thp nttpmpt on the life, of President
rnlller.s pmbibly will strengthen the
government s Intention to put a stop to
the antl-milttarlsts propaganda which nl
ready is demon llzlng the army and be
coming a menneo to the republic.
Thlrtv-nlnn ring leaders wre arrested
tn-dav for hiding soldiers who were re
turning from the review. Other nrri'sts
were made at the Place He Iv Concord-e
where the League of Patriots held Its an
nual ceremony.
coming stuplfled, full upon the rocks
on the lake shorp and suffered a blow
upon tho forPhend which caused con
cussion of the brain, but that Iip is
unable to determine if such was the
case.
This report Is final and no further
investigation will be made unless by
relatives.
SIX KILLED, 20 INJURED.
Vestllmleil Trnln on Southern rinllway
Collided with SvHtrh KnKlne.
Knoxvllle, Tenn., July 14. A Ions
distance telephone message to the
Journal and Tribune from Johnson
City, Tenn.. says:
Six persons met Instant death and
twenty wero injured wuen enstnounn
vestlbuled No. 42 on tho Southern Hall-
wny collided with a switch engine one.
mile west of Johnson City at 7:30
o'clock to-night.
Thn switch englno was In chargo of a
bottler who, wlion he tan- tho fast pas
senger train coming toward him, reversed
Ids englno and Jumped to saffty. Scarce
ly had he done. fo Wore tbe passenger
crashed into tho light englno with fear
ful force. Tho entrlne, of the passenger.
liaxgagn car, mall car and second class
coach were derailed and overturned but
the switch englno was not lifted from
the rails nnd with a full head of steam
started1 on a wild run whloli was not nd
ed until n switch wok thrown for It and It
was ditched at Carnegie.
The lives of the mall clerks were
saved because n fthn fact that their
car was ot nenvy sieei i-uncn i
but the light second class roach be
hind was entirely telescoped. It was
occupied by George Moore, white, a
labor agent for the Virginia & South
western railroad who was conducting
a pnrty of twenty negroes from Ala
bama to North Carolina. Moore was
perhaps fatnlly hurt and of tho ne
groes six wern killed outright nnd all
the others maimed and Injured. Re
lief trains wero sent to the wreck
from both Knoxvlllo and Tlrlstol,
her he doesn't
Every woman thinks if she hadn't
married fo happdy the would have gono
on the stage and been a great n-tress. -
New York Press.
Loss of nnp(lte Is also loss of vital
ity, vigor, tone. To recover appetite
nnd tho rest take Hood's Sdrsapurllla,.
that strengthens tho stomach. Dcrfects
digestion, makes eating a pleasure, it
also moites tne oiooa ricn ana pure,
and steadies the nerves.
i;sTTI1 OK .lOMH'U
JI I.1KA.T, .MIV.V
We, tho subscribers, having been
at t inted bv the Honorablo Probato
Court for tho District ot ''hlttenden.
commissioners to receive, examine and
adjust ti c'.ilms und demands if .ill
persons against tne esiaio oi josi pu
hi. (Jauvin, late oi iiiiuiux, .ova . nun.
deceased, and also all claims
and demands exhibited in offset there
to, and six monins irom inn uuj ut
the date hereof being allowed by s.Ud
Court for that purpose, we do there-
tore hereby give noucn mm wo win
attend to the duties of our appoint
ment at the law offico of Cowlos &
tou ton in Bur lngtoru t.. in sain uis-
trlct. on the first Wednesdays of August
and January next, nt 10 o'clock u tn.
on each of said days.
ii. n. fna-w,
M. ti. Vilas,
wSt Commissioners,
YOUR
FAMILY
HISTORY
SHOULD
BE PRINT tD
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF GENE
OI.OGICAI, WOP.K.
FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION,
lJUHMNGTON, VT.
nsTATi: oi' .mvNiE kitzguilai.u,
HUIlI.t.NGTOX.
We. the subscribers, having been ap
olnted by tho Honorable the Probato
'ourt for the District of Chittenden.
commissioners to receive, examine and
udjust the clulnis and demands of ui
persons against me. esime ui jeiuutj
Fitzgeruld, late of Hurlintrton, in
..a ii .lisiriet deceased, nnd also all
claims nnd demands exhibited in offset
thereto; ana six munuia uum m uuj
of the date hereof being auowea ny
said court for that purposo, wo do
therefore hereuy give noiicu iimi. wo
will attend to tne duties ot our ap-
polntmuit nt inn oiucr t,nuu u,
ratt in inn iin&ini, in pmu umi.iii.-t, wu
the nrst Fridays ot septemDor ana
Janu.ny net. at 10 ociocit a. m., on
, h of said days.
Dated this 5th day of July. 19i.
P. H. Corley,
Edward Dwyer,
o iWjt Commissioners.
REFLECTIONS OF A HACHEIDH.
A woman can talk of her handkerchief
for treo booklet telllnc all about tho natlva madn no reslstenc.o. Hut tho pollco -with I Dr. Newell sny
medicinal wta compoalnii thla wonderful lllI1JuUv. ven,,.., thn lr!ltp ...,, fmm , woman took
KILLED BY PALL OR BLOW.
rlnielnl llepnr of VutOiy on Hody of
Mr. Annie II, Sludlry.
Derry, N- H.. July 14 Medical Ref
eree Dr. Ilnrry Ward Newell made pub
lic late yesterday afternoon his official
report of tho autopsy on the body of
Mrs, Annie It Rtudley, who was found
dead In Canoble lake Tuesday, July 2.
The autopsy was performed by Medical
Referee Newell, nsslsted bv Deputy
Rofnreo Fred Fprnald of Nottingham,
on July 3.
The referee states that In his opinion
tho primary cause of Mrs. Studley's
death was concussion of thn brain, re
sulting either from n blow or from n
fall.
Opium poisoning, he says, mny have
been a secondary or contributing cnuse.
Me states that In u report received
to-day Prof. I'.amuurt R. Angell. tne
chemist who examined the contents of
Mrs. Studley's stninnch. says ho found (he ulny to be Interested In the clothes.
When a man undertinds women tnero
.ro some big surprise ahead of him.
A girl will nevor bellnvo a follow loves
her unless her father tries to convlnco
IISTIIK.H KI.C.S IISTATn.
VERMONT. District of Chit-
12 grains of opium Four grains la
ordinarily sufficient to causn death.
i' It Is possible that
tho opium, and, be-
STATE Ol'
tendon.
To all persona Interested In the es-
as her wardrobe. j fate of Esther IClng, late of Westford,
When a man Is In a good humor It Isn't tn said district. llPCt'ase','OUK,,TINf,.
with his family. I Ata Probato Court, holilen at iiur'ling-
When a woman sits in a man s lap for , ton. within and for the District of Chit.
mora than a minute It's a sign they aro ' tendon, on tliu sth day ot June, 1907,
. I an Instrument purporting to be the
not married et. ..'last will nnd testament of Esther
When a man goes away on business If ffl jute of Westford. in said dls-
ho telegraphs homo ho scares his wife to trlct, deceased, was presented to the
. ... .r...f, iifnMi.,ilil fii TLr.ilmle
death and If he doesn't sue cries. - .
... . .. t..i t,. And It Ij ordered by said court that
RIIUi are Very useful things to teach ,he rtHJ. of Ju-,V( iflo; Ht ,he
you how easy It Is never to havo any probato Court rooms In said Uur.'n-
monev left ' '0. bo assigned for provliiT said in-
T .. mnlce two mistakes in strument; nnd that notice thereof be
A man never makes t mistnKes m vel tQ rU ,,rf)0nB concerned, by pub-
marrying unless he Is a widower. Tlshlne this order tlirc week huccch-
Vou can tell when a girl Is Interested alvely In the Burlington Weekly Free
In n man bv the way she pretends to htm 'r. " newspaper published at said
inn man i5 ' . , Hurl nglon, previous to tho tlmo up-
that no other i)ien nro lnlerestcl In her. pop,,,,,!,
Wlm t n woman llkos nlmut going to tho Therefore, you are hereby m I dad to
theatre Is she doesn't have 1,1 understand appear before said court, at the time
lilt mi. in nn nfl i.lti,.e it fureuti lil mill rimtnHt tna
prolmte of said will, if you havo cause.
Given under my hand at llurllngtcn, la
said district, this first day of July,
107,
MARCELLUS A. U1NGIIAM,
J,w3t Judgea
CIIAIll.I PETERSON'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT, DIttrlct ot Chlt
tendim. ss.
The Honorable the Probate Court for ,
the District of Chittenden.
To all persons interested 111 tho es
tate of Charles G. Peterson, lato of
Hurlintrton, In said district, deceased,
GKLE'n.NC;
Whereas, said Court has as-Is' d 'ho
22nd day ot July next, fur tl.' - tue
ment of tho account of the .. iis
trator do bonus non witn the wi n
nexed of the estate of Charles U 1 et.
erson, late ot Burlington, deceased i.d
for a decree of the reildun of tail it
tate to the lawful claimants uf me
same, and oruereu wi.n. i'uliiii. huhcu
thereof bo given to all persons Inter
ested In said estate by publishing this,
order three weeks successively prev
ious to the day assigned, lu tho Hur
llngton Weekly Free Press, a nuwe
paper published In said district.
Therefore, you are hereby notified to
appear at tho Probato Court rooms in
Hurllngton. Vermont, on the day as
signed, then and thero to contest tho
allowance of said nccount if you seo
cause, and to establish your rlgllt us
heirs, legatees and lawful claimants to
said residue.
Given under my hand, this first day
of July, 1907,
MARCEI.IA'S A. HINGIIAM,
l,w3t Judge.
1STATI
ok riiii.ixnv wr.i.Ls ok
HIM'.MU ltl.ll.
We, tho subscribers, having" been
appointed by the Honorablo Probato
Court for the District of Chlttcndsn. J
Commissioners to receive, examine und
adjust tho claims and demands of all I
persons against tho estnto of Phlllnda I
Wells, late of Hlnesbiirgh, In said dls-
trlct. deceased, and also all claims and
demands exhibited In offset thereto; I
and six months from the day of tho
date hereof helnff allowed bv said I
Court for thnt purpose, we do there
foro hprpby glvn notice thnt wo will
attend to the duties of our appoint
ment at tho late residence ot the do
ceaied In Hlnesburgh, In said district,
on the last Wednesdays of August and
December, next, nt 10 o'clock n.
on each of snld days.
Paled tills 1st day of July, 1907,
DANIEL. PATRICK, V
ft" CHAHtJja K. MURRAT". Tk
lldent of nuccosH.
ledlclue. Thoro s no
Kimnui ill I - ,
ol In It.
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