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THE BURLINGTON FREE PKBSS: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 11,08.
II HIGH TIDE OF social events; Rarely So Many Prominent Ver nionters Together as at Gov ernor's Ball. FEW INVITED SENT REGRETS, Thirteen Hundred Imllntlons Wrrr siirl (.iiunIn KrrcUril liy (in rnnr nnil Mrs. Proiity unil 1 1 1 n I Mllir - t.OU'llft elf l.lllllc Strikingly llcnlltlfiil. Montpcller, Oct, 22. Tho en st o tl -wave of si olnl events under which Mont I" Icr has been submerg-i d for i-'iot.ii (j(i was re o heel this evening when t. i annual hnl! i i . e i 1 I let xecu tlvn was li' in In Allium h.il. F"i tl.l- brilliant oveii' ,i'nii : Imltitionc ha" been issued m.l tin- rcgiets wire lew , Mrs Piouti ivii'i' nss.st.'l t 'ir n.Cr. II m of tl 10 io -w'o w i"i duty through m: inii t 1 1 u. 1 1 1 I.iiit;.i'ln-i sion so many I :. f i ii nil parts of Ihi 1- i borders us wore gath i pi utlM ball to-nlg.it i Iiip o'clock a concert pro .1 ir airs wns rendered b.. t, Mil: Mont'ir'Ur Military band or ' it t ;i . and tin- was followed by dan:-!n? rt partv, mule up of frletul is nf Governor ami Jim list presented to ihnin. Th" 1 lien of tlie Governor's 'Milling beautiful. Mrs. r unpolled Paris Rami of - inn trimmed with real 'iiii'iiitiis were diamonds. ! .i n U 1 In Hlanehard of owned In pink crepe fir Governor In rccclvm. ernor'ii stn'i out t 'ie i H.irrly 1 pron irrni , t State wl'b " ere 1 at t Fi.'in i IrV (- ' l it s 5s. X HI T' J'r, Nf w ' hpI'j' 1 in. mis s , f Keep the Wheels Turning One of the little econ omies that help toward a substantial saving js the use of a Rood axle rreasc. A grease with out proper "body" runs olF. One to'o heavy stiffens on the axle and adds to the pull. ICA AXLE GREASE is tightwon't run, won't stiffen, won't wear out as soon a other grease will. Covers the axle with i almost friction less coating of powdered mica and keeps your wheels turn ing when the other fellow, w ho uses poor grease, is stuck. Nothing like Mica Axle Greaso for a tired wap-on. Ask the dealer for it. STANDARD OIL COMPANY U IbV YORK (liiouipornleil) CLOSE OF STATE S. S, CONVENTION N. O. Williams and P. S. Peaso Again Head tlie Li3t of Officers. MEET NEXT IN WOODSTOCK Content over Temperance Resolution In t'oiiiinlttrp I.nsted Two Hour Compromise True Legisla ture for Another llcfcrcn (lnni In Mue Time. 1 r I '.Vr I . Pt . Iv 1 eivi w 1 i'e 1 p Tl. Mr? .Inn Ni w r" '" t w is rhPtie i r K i -ley w wl'h hint rn i i i bin .n ' i Pi. '' V t , n v i ' ( ' 1 1 hi' . O'l'ls. r' .fr 'li ox H nr.lton. P 1 silk: Mr. Harle whim "ilk mcssallne t rim ii iriKs ninl diamond M . Hi lr ii fl.irk. whlto i lo'-. over while silk; Mrs. I'ihii imported eosttimo .n. m siiu with trimmings .i- nnil "'lir ornamentF, M,s l.ma Harding, pink r pink satin, Mrs Harry llcbt hlup enihrolilered l si,ne. Mrs Charles K. NpIroii. an li i" rtpd 4 wn of white Chlnpfp erope h rvtly t mhroldpred. pearls and dla 'i on ls; Miss Miriam Nplson, blue chlf fi n cloth over blue silk: Mrs. Hpnry ttolf Urnwn. pink Ilrpsden satin trlm irod with lace, oriianients diamonds; Mrs. Oeorun V. rilnt, heavy white f-atln Rown with sllvpr trlmnilncs; Mr" IMcar 1'routy. pink embroldprpd ret over pink satin: Miss ARnes Halley,' cmbroldpred chiffon over yel k'W silk. Mrs. Charles RIrpIow, pllver Bra' jnce over yellow satin with dia mond ornaments. Miss Heatrlco Hlpre low vellnw silk inessallne: Mrs. Oen'i;.. l;oot. pink messallne satin w pc irl ornaments. Mrs. Or irije H. Y unc. dln etolro pown of dove xray and diamond ornaments. iventntst wnt-loi!snss ainl viw-it hwi' as 5:1V o'clivV. It m tliotisht that he nun hud iVysn a tii!iiiVsl n!.l whlla In n fJicaiwi.ie'il nivHNl, .:olH--ti !v v.Mimittld rui-M. lie was without timiM itruti). fi-r several nho raiv bhn wr.lklm; alon1: the JraeK U-fero tho forlval pf ttio train lie stnffsrpro.l nnd nppnired to bo tmrtev the Intluence of liquor nnil n luolirm tattle, which hart contained whlslcey, wan found on the body. Tt Is poslhle that thn Identity of the man may never bn learned, nr- the body la so badly brok'-n up that It will probably hive to be bulled to-morrow. BOYS KILLED WILD OAT. ELUSIVE NEWPORT MAN BEHIND THE BARS AGAIN. Nrw;ort. Oct 22 T.nwl Carter, who c ; rj from the oflkers here Saturdiy. i i .nristed In Pherbrooke. r. Q.. yes tf .av and brought lo this place this n . mi'iic I Sheriff Miles. Carter tried ti r -.-ape f. .rn the officers In Hherbrooko in 'i nit t . same manner as here hut mi' i.iUKht before KolnK a frrcnt iltstanc. A ti al will be held to-morrow at whlci i i "ii.l. rnood Carter will jilead sullty t( , 'Varrre of larceny. " Woodford I.ndn Obeyed tioernor nml Did It vt Ith Clubs. HcnnlnRton. Oi t 24 Herman nnd Guy Parsons, two Woodford lads, aKed H and 10 years, paid B visit to their traps on Olastenbury brook yes terdny afternoon. Tney obeypd Ciov minr Protity'p proclamation and left their Kims nt home but carried heavy clubs. In n mink trap they found n blK hoi' eat. The trap was not stroti.T enoimh to hold the animal and the boys approached H pulled Its foot out of the steel Jaws and showed flKllt. The cot inadii directly for the younK trappers who accepted battle and killed the nnlmal with their clubs. In the evening they drove down the mountain to this vIIIskp with their priz. and had their picture taken with the cat. Tho animal, a line specimen, welched 2fi pounds. When you navo tneT overythlmj you ever beard of for that bad case of dys pepsia without receiving any or very little relief, and have abcut made up your mind that your case is a hopeless one, don't rive up. There Is a remedy for Just fu b chronic cases, one that has been prtpnteu especially for cases of Indiges tion and Stomach trouble that failed to ylel 1 to other treatment. It Is Barney's Compound. The prescription was written bv n Vi'a'ihhiKton, I). (V, stomach special Is' and will relieve that sorencsi In the stoma 'h nnd overcome catarrhal o' Bitt en rendition of tho stomach .inti ..ues t'nes very quickly As a last resort give I.nrney's Compound a trial. J. W. O'Sitl tlvan. nurllngton, Shanley Sr. Kstey, win-Doskl. IMPORTANT CAPTURE MADE Old Oflciider, It I, Ilelieted, Vn. CniiKht ltli VerKenncH Plunder. Mlddlebury. Oct. M The man calllnR himself Charles Hart, who was arrest "ii in Hi.indon Krlday. Is now In Addison county Jail unable to tecum ball of $1,000 fixed In his case. Ho Is chaiRed with burwlarlzlnfr the railroad stations at nor- Itlsburch and Vernennes. The authori ties believe tlint the man has not Riven 1. i -t cornet name Ills apparent familiar ity with court procedure leads to 'lie turtlur belief that he is an old offender and .ii Important capture ni he may be wanted In other States as well as else- wiieie In Vermont. He Is ?,'.' years old, about f. feet, 10 Inches tall and nas very dark hnlr of an nubuin made. Ho is smooth shaven and has daik blue eyes, lie nave his residence as "any old place." In addition to selllns the mlli-ane hooks .stolen at Vercennes, as stated n the 1'iee Prcsu Saturday, It was learned that he sold tlie revolver taken from that of llfp for ro cents to a barber nt Hrandm. When ariested, ho wore tie raincoat be loni.'im; to thp stntlon ac i i at Ver 'i lines whii h disappeared w, the rest of the plunder when that .nation was robhoil last week. UNKNOWN MAN DEAD. Hollows Palls, Oct. 23. The Ver mont Punday school convention con tinued its sessions hero to-dny. The toll call by counties led by fleiieral Secretary Puller was rpsponded to by the county presidents and developed free discussion over the present c indltlotis nnd future needs of the ritat- Sunday school work. Various reports of commlUees were rerelveil and l)r. Hole of NorthllPld. ehnlrmnn of the committee on nominal Ions, re ported Hip following list of officers for the eomlnrr yeni" President, N'nth en (I. Williams of HpIIows Palls; vice president, P S, Pene of Hurllnton; lecordlnj? secrptarv. Hip Itev. J. H. SarKcnt of N'orlhllold; treasurer, V. II. Sheprdon of Richmond; auditor. J. I Hall of HurlliiBton; member of execu tive committee for three years, M. P, Perly of ImosburRh Palls; trustee of permanent funds. J. V. rilchle of St. Johtisbury; chairman of executive committee, P. ItPtan of Hurllnttton. This report was unanimously ndoplod by the convention. An Invitation from Woodstock to hold the next annual convention there, was accepted, COMPHOM1SP. KP.SOhrTION. The feature ot the business sps-don, was the contest In thn committee .if risolutlons over the temperance resolu tion. After two hourr of heated discus sion the committee reported a compro mise resolution as follows: Whereas, the licensed saloon Is an evil which can not be tolerated In a Chris tian commonwealth; resolved, that thn Vermont State Sunday School nssocln tlon In convention assembled hereby place Itself on record ns utterly opposed to the licensed saloon as such, and urcrpi most Mronply upon the Legislature that positive measures be tnken to ellmlnite so far as posMblp this evil and In duo time to frrant a resubmission ot the ques tion to tho people of the State; resolved, that tho educational department of Hie State be he-reliv uracil to Introduce Into and Insist upon scientific temperance In struction In all our public schools: where as, the laws of our Stale In respect cf Sunday observance are bolnff flagrantly violated, resolved, that tho State Sunday School association calls for a morn thor ough re,Tard for. and a more positive and regular enforcement of the statutes. APnitUSSPS OF THK DAY. The principal nddrcss of the morn Ins was by the Itev. Willis A. Hndley of Keene, X. H. The Kov. K. K. Thompson, Keneral secretary of New Hampshire Sunday School association, who was on the program bolnfr unable to lie pres?nt. Some time was devoted this afternoon to a discussion of thn best methods of teacher training, con ducted liv the Itev It. ,7. Burton of Cambridge, si i rei.iry of the teacher's tiUlnlni; department. Tho Itev. A. II. Gaco of St. .lol nsbiiry spoko on mis sions In the Sunday school. Miss lMlth M. Palch. Held worker In tho home department, save an nddrr.4S, "Home the Pla. e of Impressions. .1. N. Harss. superintendent of tho Vermont Industrial school, addressed the convention on "Prevention vs. Curo for Criminality anions tho Youth." Mrs. M. S, I.atnoreaux of t'hlcasro took as her toplo the "Hoy'n Sister." At tho evening session, Mrs. l.amorenux delivered an address on Character Hulldlnc" nnd President Thomas of Mlddlebury Collet!" navo tho (Inn I address of the convention. having her" tho prosecutliiK attorney nBnlnst hi i number of times, Tho niiih exposed his willingness tu bn taken buck to Vermont without tho for mality of extradition papers nnd will re turn with 1 1 ir ollleers on Monday. He wm ai rested hero Wednesday try ItiK to soil a bicycle for K, as they sus pected Hint lio 'mil stolen tho wheel. Ills peculiar nfctions led them to be lieve Unit Iip w1"1 wanted somewhere on a ntoro serious charge, s0 they kept questioning, hlhi nnd Krlday he ad mitted tlmt li" was from Vermont. Karly yesterday tnornlhK they not Into tele phonic communication with Supt (Iront, an through tho ilescrlpllnn tho police wero able to plvn him of their pris oner ho Idcntlllftd him ns belnB Kent, IK WANTHD KOIl MUJIDKH. Kent's t sciiie from the asylum ,luly 10 enured ureat cixeltement throtiRlinut Vermont, where Ills despcrlc chhructer Is widely known. For mora than a week InrKC posses of armed men Bciirchod for him. July 2t, when It In ntlcsTcd he Ulled Miss Consdon, tho BenrcJi for him wnjt rennwed, hut Kent rucceffled In mnkltuj his wiiy out of the State. Kent Is 33 oars old. He begnn Ills criminal cntier nt reven nnd has been cither In prison or the nsylum for tho criminal Insane the creator part of the time lnce. He benrs the scar of n bullet wound which bo received while lireok inR Into n store nciir IturlIni;tori. nnd ho has a sc'" on his bend ns the result pf leaping from a train In escaplnB from an nlllcer some years ago. Two weeks to a diy finm his escnpo from the nuliitn at Waterhurv on July lo, Miss Hell'i H. ConRdon. a deaf and dumb woman, was found murdered in her home at Kast Wnlllnfrfonl, Vt Kent has been susp" eted of that crime, one of the most bn.ial In thp history of Ver mont. Tho n itopsy revealed the fact that the unfortunate woninn had been criminally nttneked and thn phnkptl to death Sheriff- with .i'r posses of citi zens searched for Kent for days, belnr, assisted by n pack of blood hounds se cured from Poushkeepsle, N. Y., but with Insane tmnlnp, Kent eluded cap ture. HAD HEKN STPAI.INfi IN HOI.VOKi:. When he w arrested here Kent eavo tho name of Wlllnm Allen and suld he i came licio fiotn Schenectady, N. V., wheie he hail been working for a man named Schernierhorn. The police have not found out where Kent got the bleycln lie was trying to sell here. Major Mi'Kav. the Slate detective from Northampton, sas he Is wanted In Hol yoke on a chaiRe of steallnR a suit caao Jllleil with clolhltiK. MTTU-; KNOWN IN ItUTl.ANn. (Special to the Prce Press) Rutland. Vt Oct. 2T. Klroy Kent has not yet been orouiiht heie. n cannot be learned tn-nlKht whether!, belnK under In dictment for murder, he will hnvo a henrlnc nr nil. be taken directly to Wat crbury. There is a rumor than an effort will be made to prove that he .Is now Insane but a- State's Attorney Law rence Is In Plttsfleld still this cannot be verllled. v-v If .'48 Boys! Boys! u ' U' is. : Wo will give a yenr'H subscription to The American Boy to any boy who will brhiK us u new subscription for one year lo the Daily Free Press. The rate by mail is only ifi'1.00 a year when paid in advance, this is about li cent a copy. Any boy cun net out new subscription to our paper and so earn a year's free .subscription to Tho American Boy. Let us tell you what it is like. THE AMERICAN BOY Is a Profusely Illustrated Monthly for BOYS It is Without Question the Most Entertaining and Prac tical Magazine in the World for Young Americans. The Covers nro In Colore 30 Paces, size, of Ladles' Homo Journal Serials and Short Stories by rftratcmeyer, Tomlm Bon, Trowbridpo, Munroe, Shute, and others, the be t writers for hoys in tho world. Departments relating t all Hoy Hobbies, edited by experts. It prcuehus the religion of "DO," and not that of "DON'T." Is doini more for the Uplift and Encouragement of Hoys than any other agency. Approved by parents and ('dut'titorM. Hoys (250,000 of them) everywhere eu thuHlattiu for it. Tho subscription price or The American Boy is $1.00 a year. Come in and see a copy. You cun earn a year's subsription with very little work. iiil" inii ii n ii mn ' ' ' ' ' ' " " ' " ... - Ask for sample copy of tho Daily Free Press. nSTATI' f(nn'islo:Its, noticp.. .1. i.y.vn, CONSERVATISM THE RULE. Ilrenk of the Drouth AVest of the MIs nImnIpiiI IIcvIcm Hope. New York. (" t. 23. lirndstreet's state of trade to-mmi-nw will say: Retail trade iM'l reflects tho Influence of warm weatl.rr and the approach of election "fcreeiW , conservatism as regards heavy buylln,- and the projection of now nterprh.es. The breaking of the drought west of the Mississippi rher and the cold weather Immediately following it how over, Klve hope of n chatiKo in tho form er rcipect. Moreover there Is more confi dent buyinK of raw material by manu facturers who apparently forecnt a chntiRe for tho butter The large move ment of whefit to mirket Is responsible for the optimistic tenor of reports from distributive ceiiters In the Northwest. Winter wheat crop conditions west of the Mlsslsslpp have been Improved by abundant moisture but a stmllnr precipi tation Js needed enst of (be river If tho wheat crop, whose area seems likely 10 be i educed anyhow, Is to enter the win ter In Rood condition Money Is easy and the movement of ouncnev to tho ounlry shows little or no Increase Huslness failures for the week endhiR October 22 nun her 2.11. against 211 last week, 220 In th like week of 1M7 tlP ANTHONY roi.ciir.HTmi. The rnderslKiied. hnvlnir been np polnted by the Honorable Probate Court for the Distil' I of Chittenden, Commissioners, to i five, examine and adjust the claims and demnnclH of all persons atjnlnst the estate of Anthony J, (ilvnn. lato of Colchester, In s.ild dlstilct deceased, and all claims exhibited In offset thereto, hereby Klve notice that wu will meet for tile purpose nforesnid. nt the office of J. J. Hiirlprht. In the city of HurlltiKtin, In said dlstrbt. on the 17th day of November and the 17th day of May. next, at 10 o'clock a. m, and that six months from the 19th day of Oc tober. A. D. 1!M)S. Is the time limited bv said Court for said reilltom to present their chilti.s lo us for ex amination and allowance. Dated nt llurlinpton. this nth day of October. A. D. 130S. P. IT. COHLKY. hdwaud Dwvnn, 17,w2t Commissioners. KSTATH op iim.nx SI. Hl.l.lll. iinti.iMiTON. STATK OP VP.HMONT, DIsttlct of Chittenden, ss. The Probato Court for tho District of Chittenden. To all persons Interested In the es tate cf Helen M. Pallnrd, late of Rur llnRton. In said district, deceased. OHBETINO: Whereas, said court has assigned the 10th day of November next for the set tlement of the account of the admin istrator of the estate of Helen M, Hallard. and for a decree of the icsl duo of said estato to the 'awful claim ants of the same, and ordered that public nntlco thereof ho i;lven to all persons lntorested Ii sal.l es tate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the day assigned, In tho Iturllnton Weekly Freu Pross, a newsnapcr published in sId district. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear at tho Probato Court rooms In IlurllnKton, Vt., on tho day assigned, then and there to contest the allow ance of ulil account if you see cause. and to establish your rlaht as heirs. legatees and Uwful claimants to said Jh- un'm W.eklv Preo Presi HSTATP. OP WWtltKX O. HI2YNOI,I)S, Itlltl.lNfJTON. STATK OF VPUMONT, District of Chit tenden To nil creons lntorested In the es tato of W.irnn G. Re nolds. late of llurllnjrton iv said district, deceased, C.KKETI.N'I At a Probate Court, holdcn nt I5ur llnpton. within and for the District of Chltteiiib tl. fin the 17th day of October, lftoR, an Instrument purporting to be the last will nnd testnment of Witrrrn G Reynolds, late of IlurllnK ton, in s.ild district, deceased, was presented to the Court aforesaid, for probate. And It Is ordered by said court that the 7th day of November, 110, at the Probate Court rooms In said Rur IlliRlun, be nsslRtie,! for prnvlnR said Instrument. and that notice thereof be Klven to ii!' person con teri ed by publlshinft this order three weeks successively In tho "urllnRton Weekly pree Press, a newspaper pub lished at HurllnRton, previous to tho Mm" .".polntfd Therefor . you are hereby notified to appear before said Court, at tlie time and plapp aforesaid, and contest tlie probate ot said will. If you have cause Given under my hand at Hurllnjfton In said district, this 17th day of Oc tober, 190S. MARCKLLUS A. BINGHAM. 17,w3t JudRO. OT.tTi: OP V,Ol'l, rsnilMAIN, llirit I.INGTON. 8TAT1-: OF VKRMONT, District of Chit tenden, s. To nil persons Interested In the es tato of Louis Germain late of Rur IliiRton, in said district, deceased, illli-.K'l i.s'Cf t a Probate Court. Iiolden at Hur llnRton, within and for the District of Chittenden, on the 21st day of October, U'Os. an Inst runv nt p.irie rtlnsr to be the last will and eit:iiiient of Louis tiermuin, .ate of LurMtiRton. In said ulstrli t di ceased, was presented to the court .ifor. -old, for probate. And It Is ordered by said court that the Mh day of Nm ember. 190$. at tho Probate Court rooms In bald HurllnRton, bo assigned for proving said Instru ment; and that notice thereof he Riven to all persons concerned, by publishing this order three weens successively in llcatlons shall be previous to tho day asslRned for hearing. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear before said court, at the time and place asslened, then and there In said Court to make your obje ti,,ns t 'he granting of such license, it you Bee caue. Given under my hand, it trc Pro bate Court rooms this 1 R th. day of October, 190K MARCP.LLPS A HTNC.H M, 17,w3t Judge. nrnli coniin)Ni:its' notici;. I'Xnte of tirnrcp A. Clnrke nii'l ! Clarke, Chnrlntte. The Pnr: -slRiied. havlHK b- e pointed ny tlu1 Jlonorab'e I'r Court for the Dlsirict of 'h M 'oiumls'sloiicrs. to rece' . ti'1 1 . and adjus' tt.e "lalms am den n a f all pcrsot.s uualnst tl.r es'e f Oeo-'e i Clarke nr.d S;u ' I a ke late ' harlotte, In said l lstr'.c' je ci i .:nd all claims -xhlr tcl r dlVet theteto. hereby t:!i'.- ...t' " a we will meet for the p.npuse af ve said. nt the olflce of the r we rh, In the Town rr Charlotte 'n soli DIb rlet. on the ;th day cf 'li rex' at 10 o'clock a m. and th.i s'x r.tlis from the Mh day of O' t ber A D. ll'OS, Is the time limited by sa.d Court fo- said creditors to resect the'r c'nlms to us for cxamtnatlcn and al k iv, nice. lilted nt Charlotte, this Sth day of October, A. D. l'.'OS. W. W. HIGHK1C CLAYTON F. GOVP. 10,w3t Commissioners. IIENHY I'. lllCKOK'S KSTATE. . ''.strict of C-urt for i JAMES H. WILLIAMS,. THE BANKER, IS DEAD. PA I.I. THP.P.. AND Thrcvr lllinself In Prunt of n Ccntrnl Verincmt Triiln F'riilni. St Alliatis, Oct. 25 The unknown man, who dli.I at the St. Albsns h j.ltnl prl dnv e'pnltiK from lii.hnlis re-ff.V'-d that aftf-rnoon, when he was truck hy a Central Veimont p.isseiiRer trrln Nn in, southbound, about a mile port' o( Past Swnnton. still lips nt S.lliians undertnkliiR establishment, ui Identified. About fifty people have so fur ilowid tho lemalns, Including three v-ituen with mlssliiR husbands, In nn efiort to identify the man, hut no one I s ipoeand who ever saw the man In llf. to Know him. Tho body appears to be 'bat of a man about sr. years old, f!' f(et six Inches tall. wilR'nt about KO pfiinds. Hp hail sandy colored hnlr nnd inoustnche and was fairly well dress ed but had only a few cents In his pock ets. Tho man was struck hy tho truln due l.oio at four o'clock In the afternoon, nnd when llrst seen by tho engineer w;ns Handing In a hesitating way on tho west bink fmni the railway track. When thn tram reached was In about two cur kngths from' tho man, ho made n diva nnd landed on tho track Just ns tho eiiKlno roacheil It. Ho was struck a terlfflc blow and thrown off to one sldo. T r treiln wnH quIolUv brought In n stand st ll and (be unconscious man wns lifted I'ltn tin. baggagi) car and hurtled to the hrspit ,i j,r. pavldson. tho Central Ver mont sutReon. nttf tided the rnne and fomiil tho patient with n fiaetured skull, Tsoth legs Inoken nnd otherwise badly brtilsrd nnd balteicd. The man never Free Veterinary Book Iiirll.ltefiiMi. llnkfrie try man Uia own LorBo doctor, I'tintoite lie, Tuttlc's Elixir nH-irciitniiii11iorf ei, Curosiptlnt. 1'iirb, favlii, eto. tn0 rwurtl for Ut1urt whoro rurn la poMllilo. Tiimrs' Etixm co.. mij limrVt"ru rtittr iciv, IM.WTING OF SHHP1P.. Wliethei trees and shrubs shall bo planted In tho fall ot spring depends on tho latitude In which the are to bo glow n and upon the p.iMl.-uhr kind. Most dfclclons kinds will sierced fully as well In central and sontlern latitude 1 If planted In nutunni. while most nf them in tlie extreme North will winter kill If planted nt that time, of ear. In any event It Is well to Ret the de- I cldous plants from the nursery In the fall of the year Mid If there are reasons why they should not be Immediately plnnted they can be envi red durlnR tho winter nnd will he reaclv when wanted for spring planting. Tho spring season Is i Men so short that ovcrythliiR has to be done with a rush nnd much nf the wnk thnt should be done Is omitted (n the fall the weatlur Is generally mote favorable and the soil Is In better condition nnd the work Is more easilj nn, cheaply done. However, In places where tho ground freezes deep In w'nter the plants should not be set out In thn fall but should bo stored In a eellur or pit or coveted outside by digging n trench In a thoroughly drained pl.ico eomo two feet deep nnd whin enough to nccommo elate, the roots. The plants mny be set In tho trench In nn Inclined position nnd very close to gether and thn soil Is gently finned about tho loots and heiipid In a mound above them. This mound and the tops of I ho plnntn should be mulched or cov- crofl with hay, straw or other lit tor to prevent too much evnporallon during thn winter. Nurserymen enn usually sup ply better stock In tho fall nnd tho plnnts cannot always be had Just when wanted 111 tho spring of tho general rush of work. FOLLOWING ORDI2RS. Doctor Tho room seems cold, Mrs. Hooligan. Have ou kept Hie thormomo tpr nl soventy, nt I told you? Mrs. Hooligan Hhure, nn' OI Hiiv, eloc thor There's th' thing In tnombler av wniTUiu wnthor nt Il ls bllssed mlnniit. Exchnnstt. roiiilnent Plnmiclcr of IIcIIott Falls llnd Hern III Severnl Month" Fun ernl n Held VVeilnenelny. Uellows Falls, Oct. 25. James H. Wil liams, erne of the most prominent men In Vermont financial circles, died at his homo to-day. He had been in latntiR health for several months. Funernl serv ices will be held Wednesday afternoon. Mr Williams came from a family Iden tified with Vermont banking Institutions. His father, the late James tl. Williams, established tlie liellows I alls National bank and wns Its president for many venrs Rom In JS13, Mr. Wllhnms wns larlv associated with ins tamer, uecom iHK cashier in 1172 nnd at the death of the elder Williams, became the bank president, a position which he hold until his death. 'hough not active In State affairs, Mr. Williams held ninny positions or trust. He was promlllPnt In railroad circles nnd an otllclal of the HpIIows Fnlls Canal compnnj". In politics he was n democrat and nerved a term In the Stato Legisla ture, being elected from a strong republi can town. He wns a candidate of his parly for State treasurer In 1VX0 and held various town ofllces. An ncttvo member of the Kplscupnl church, he was senior warden for many yenrs. Mr. Williams wns twlco married, his second wife dyliiK In lull, and Is survived by four children, the eldest son, James H. Williams, 3rd, is the present cnshler of the Hellows Falls bunk. ELROY KENT ARRESTED tu Plttudeld, Muss Wanted In Ver mont for .Minted Murder, to Itiilliiuil To-day, Plttsfleld, Oct. 2C.-F.lroy Kent, tho tmn who escaped from tho nsylum for the criminal Insane at Walerbury, Vt., July 10, and who, It Is allivd, killed Delia ii. Congdcm at Iviist WalllnRford, VI July 24, is under arrest here. State's At tornoy 11. A. Lawrenco of Rutlind, Vt. with A. A. Leonnid of Wnlllngford nnd A, W, J. Wllklns of lirnttleboro, arrived horo lain yesterday afternoon and posl tlvely Identlupd him nu Klroy Kent. jvcm ic!-i'biii6i-u jiioiue,y j.awroncA na resliluf. Given under my hand, thin 17th day of October, 1908. MARCKLLUS A. R1NGHAM. 17.w3t Judge. STATK OF VERMONT, Chittenden. The Honorable Prohat: the district cf Chittenden To the .lelrs. rite!, m v i er- sons lntetesttd In .hj .''.a;. f II' T)' P. Hlcko'.c, iRte c: P ir..- 31 r lo- ceased. (. RPICT1N1 1 Whereas, application )' t.. ecr made to this court in 'vrltlci- 1 tho trustee under the lust w" n nient cf Ilinr;' I1 .'(.. l.ok, u of ' jJurlinston, deceased, ornyiiu; ' r II- enci' r."d .Mil!- !:. to sc.' the w 'lo 'of real eitstc of said eje-eoe r p- of WHY JAPAN WON'T FIGHT. ;iiiilre In MnKRerlnR under the 1 1 it r- ilen of Tntntlon. Thp public debt of Jupan nmountpd on March 31, IMS. to 2:i,"72,27i1, or about H,10S,Wil,3"f. Her population, exclusive of her Island colonies, Formosa, the Pes cadores and Snghnlien. s about ts.Ofii.ioi. The nntloual debt, therefore.', amounts to about $-4 per i-iplta, the Rrcnter part of which is owed abroad, and the cost of her civil and emtlltnrv estaJillshments Is enormous. Her debt has more than doubled since 190f. Her resources are meagre, 15 per cent only of tlie super ficial area of thn Umpire Is under culti vation. When crops ,im good enough rice Is produced to feed the population As a rule considerable quantities must be purchased abroad. Her standing army at the time nf the outbreak of tl e Russian War numbered about lno.ftcfl men; her army now num bers at least :"0.n.jf) Her nnvy bus in- reased since that date from six battle ships of the (list class to 11; from a ton- nagn of 2r.1,nsi to 4.3, 1 id, nnd tho enllstpil pprsonniiPl fro a 27.WS to 41,1170. with n ropoi tionate increase of officers. Tho Umpire Is to-day literally staggering un der the burden of taxation. To meet the national demaiels the following nrc the sources of revenue: Uind tnx, Income tax, huslness tax, tax- on liquids, tax on soy, sugar excise, con sumption tax. tax on textile fabrics, mining tnx, tnv on bourses, tnx on tho Issuo of bank notes, tonnage dues, cus toms duties, traveling lax, successtl"ii tax, stamp iccolpts, post and telegraph cervices, forests; receipts from salt monopoly, camphor moinipolj, tobn-eo monopoly, railway, etc, and a ailety of other special nnd extraordinary receipts of various kinds. The iinnunl Imm tax rate la J per cent. on the nsies.-ced value of land. The In come, tat s or"1"'11 according to n scale of minimi"" Incomes, as follows: IM.OoO .W:, rn 45 3'je, 25,000 20,0f0 7,r.cV) 5.0H1 2,&M 1,500 . 1,000 . f.00 . 2M 150 20 'T, 17 11 Iff. Wo Congiessni.in IMwIn Den by in Novem ber Van Norden M.ignzlno. TIIH WISP, p-iY. "Won't )'"' wal Into my pacrlorr' said th" fl,l,,ir ,0 ,ho Hy. "Hum nnnworod tl, y , j (Jrnw tho linn nt entorlng y0r ,nmnif om." - Chlcngo No"8- IJSTATI: OF MAItY 13. SdllllllS, HI.M111 KGH. STATK OF VERMONT, District Chittenden. To all persons interested In the es tate of Mary K. Soniers. late of Hlnes burgh. In said district, deceased. ClitK OTI.VG: At a Probate Court, holder, at Hur llnRton". within fnd for the District of Chittenden, on the 15th day of October, 90S. an Instrument purporting to bo tho lust will nnd testament of Mary K. Sotiifs. late of 1 Ilnesburgh, In said district, deceased, was present ed to tin; court af 'resale!, for probato. J And It is ordere 1 by n Id rt that the Cth day of November. 190S. at U10 Probatu Cou' t ioom. In snld Hurlington, bo nsslgned for proving said Instrument; nnd that notice thereof bn Rlvon to nil persons concerned by publishing thlo or W three weeks succeeslvely In the Hur Mngton Weekly Freo Press, a nows jiaper published at said Hurllnttton, previous to the time appointed. Therefore, you are lieieby tifitilled to appear before said Court, at the time nnd place aforesaid, and contest th probato of said will, if you have cause Given under my hand nt Hurlington in said district, this 15th day of Oc tober. 190S. MARCKLLUS A BINGHAM. 17,w3t Judge. KSTATIl OF NANCY A. GltllllllN, Mll.TO.V. GTATE OF VKRMONT. District olf Chit teridon. To all persons Interested In the ei tu to of Nancy A. Grlbbln, late of Mil ton, In said district, deceased, GRD1KTING: At a Probate Court, holdrn at Uurllns Ion, within and for the District of Chitten den, on the 20th clay of Octobur 190S, an Instrument purporting to Le the last will and testament of Nancy A. Oribbln, late of Milton in said district deceased, was presented t" tue Court aforesaid, lor pr.in.iie And It Is ordeitd py said 1 art inni tho 7th day of Nov,, 190i, at tho Pro bate Court rooms In said Ilurlli.g tor. tie assigned ror proving hii" insirumoni, and that no'leo thereof bu glien to all persons concerned, Ly publishing thin order three weeks Huccsslv.ily In the Burlington Weekly Free Frees, a newspaper published at Hurlington. previous to the time appointed Theroforei you are hereby notlflt d to appear before suld court, at the time and place nfoicsnid, and contest thn probato of said will, If you have cause. Given under my band at HurPncton. In said district, this 20th day of Oc tobor, 1908. M NPLLIF. PLYNN. 17,w3t Register. COMMISSIONnHV NOTICK. Olatr of Mnry C. Seernii, IlurllnK ton. The Undersigned, luivlng been ap pointed by tho Honorable Probate Court for the District of Chittenden. Commissioners, to (receive, umuiiIiu und tuljust tlie claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Mary C Severson, late of HurllnRton, In said Dlstilct deceased, and all claims exhlbl.Jd Ii. offset thereto, hereby give notice that wo will meet for the purpose aforesaid, nt tho Of fice of the Howard Hnnk, In the Clt) of Huttlngl'in, In snld District, on the 13th day of November "1 ''h 'biy of Anril. imxt. nt 10 o'clock a. m , and that six months from the lOtti day of October, A. D. 190S, Is tho time limited bv snld Court for said creditors; to present their claims to us for exam iliHtlcin unit allowance. Dated ut llurllngtmi, this 10th day if October, A. D. 1908. F. K. mmORSH, It. T IIHTTKR, lR.wJs CoiuuiUalcmcia. newspaper publls'ied at said Hurllns- ! 1 esentlrsr to said c-nirt, ;ht it toll, previous to tt.e time appointed. Therefore, you are , 'reby notified to appear before raid four', a' the time and place aforesaid, and contest th probnte of said will, if you hnvs c.uise. Given under my ban '. 'it Murlingtnn, !n sulci district, '.hl 21-' cl.iy of Oc tober. 190. M NKLLIK PI.YNN 17.W21 Re'atrr. IMATi; OP It. chaxi:, W "I 1 be btncllclal 10 the heirs .'.ev'sces 1 ml all person Int-reeted Ii ti statu of said letecptJ, lv rell .e ' i c of the real estate of said . . . mi and onv Tt the name Into m r v. And bringing into r.nuit the loucnt end i pprobation In wrltlrg of a.i tho heir?, devisees and pers'.s Interested In eald isstate reildlng in this State, end eottlns forth tho situation i-f tho real estate. Whereupon, the snld court nnpo'tjt cd nr.d atilsned the 80th day ( t t., 1908, at the Pi-ibat- Coutt rcums, In said district, to heai nnd de'lilo upon said r-?i(illcatl ju ancj petition, and oidcrcd nubile in ttce tin ro of to be jrlseii to nil ...iin Interest. ed thcveln, by ji'iblli-li'iir, siilil nrdef, together with llio tltuti nnd p'aco 1 ( hc'ni'lns, thice wcelts .-uc 'psve!y in tho iiuillr.atou Weekly Frrn Proas, ii newsjmpev which clrcu' ates In tho nelhhThonil of th.ine rersctis Inter ested In snld estate, all of whh h p lb lltiitloii.i uhnll he pri'VioUf! to tlio Uny !.lslfrnec,. for hearing. Therefore, you nro hereby tiotlfWnl to appear before) said court, at hu lime unci iilnco assigned, then nnil there In .!d court to multe your ub Jectlons to thn gruntli'h' cf "vh li cense. If you sen rnti-e. Given tinder my Imp J, nt tt e Pro bnte Court rcoms, thla iih ibiy f GU I' 1 .i' '90S, MARCKLLUS A HINCIH'.M l,wSt Judge, Tree to art ubfcr1t;er of tblt year. Lvcry ttader of thla pnpor who hn any troublo with cither Btomnch or I.lver, can et a freet pample of IlydnlM'n ntnm nch Tablets or Rydule's I.Ivor Tablets or both If needed by wrltlnc to llyiUla Itrmtely Co., Newport New, V, Thme Idace of 1 lwo retnedle are not curo nll, eni U hearing, three weeks successively In for etoma troubles only, thn other ol tho Hurlington Weekly Pree Press, a ly for J.ivcr und I'owet troiibloj. Clnnrn' nowrpaper which circulates In the t,.(.0 by j w o aulilvon, Hurlinttl neighborhood of those i ursona Inter- v, ,,.' . ir-, ,...n ested In said estate, all which pub- aanle & Jtcy, Infcekl. N NCV USsljx. STATE Or VERMONT. District of Chit tenden, The Honorable the Prebntc Court, for the District of Chittenden. To the heirs and ail persons Inter ested in the estate of Nancy R. Chase, late of Essex, deciise ' iiRKETINO ' Whereas, uppllcail'.n 'latn ueen rnacU to this court In writ'tur by th ad ministrator of the i-nnte of Nancy R. Chase, lato "f Essex. de ceased, prayiiv for license and au thority to soil the whole of tho real estato of Buld deceased, representing to said court, that It wou'd bo bene ficial to tho heirs and all persons in (erestod In tho estate or said deeensud. to Boll tho wholo of the reul estato of Bald dcooaHoel und convert tho snrne Into money. And brlmtimr Into court the consent and approbation In writing, of a U the heirs to said estate residing In thi.i State, and settlnif forth tho situation of the real estute. Whereupon, tho snld court appointed and assigned the Cth dav of Novem ber, 190S, at tho Probate Court rooms. In said district, to hear an.d decide upon said anolteatlon nnd petition. and ordered public notlco thereof to ot given to all persona interestea therein, by publishing said order, to K-jwier wun the time nun our Stationery At the Free Press Store. 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