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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES i THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1910.
11 IT WAS A DREAM (ES WAR EIN TRAUM) Sung with great success by MARIE RITCHIE of the "Little Johnny Jones Company " Lndo, cvi mnlto Mnirmento. v l.md fair, DOMESTIC A U L . I , ! TJ.tj - - - tug-5j r gs"r --i-1 xZsZ fj u r 2 gp - ii is i - S -- E jy " jf - v w-t P . . . ."1 0. , ,- .. ( r- --"-" E g' -i -i g g-p-- -y--n - r tfa" F 1 " Fed. iW. $ Fa . Vr a. . . . dtr E$ (hen - baum wuchs tiort so hceh dit . - L 1 . J- ,, ..ls :'; ) '' ' i- - -EEEZEZE iEtg a-rrgiEZ l.g-, -!z-E: Z 1 ' . i . 2 2 6 . - .SU g-gzH v o- lets kissM the stream;., It was a I'etl - then nick ten sant , Es ivar ein - p-r F1 p . - I,, i r.-- 1 h tr - S 1 BY EMMA PADDOCK TELFORD Thou crownest tho year with thy Kood- nena: uml thy paths drop fntness. Tliey Ir1 i upon the pnsturua of the wIMernes: bi (" Mic Mttln hill? rejoice on uvery hldo. I a lures aro clothiKl with flocks; i also arc covered with corn. ' tit for Joy, they also sins. tn l: V-1I. Hi - mist and golden moona, Sweet breathed morns and burning l.oon;., Pah ii.is reached his goodly hand Over steud and russet land, Vi'me the sanyuid apples fall, nero the srapoa hang on the wall, Durs to take, and tate and charm, ours to bless each etur, warm fann 3arn and pen and InKlo nook, Loaded watn and har-est took. F. O.N'eil Gallagher. MKNT, SI'NDAV, SHI'TKMliEB HKITA K RAST. Clrapos and Tears Hominy Hnmburtsher Steak Filed 1' itat.jes Halted Tomatoes Cream IllBCUlt Coffee. DINNEn. Watermelon vi i uen en Guocrolo, Sweet Potatoe Corn Boufflo Tomato and Green Feppor Salad Chtmso BtrawH Peach Cobbler Coffee. SUPPHR. Lobster WIbbIo In the Chafins Dish Paiainmi Clilps Sliced Peaches with Cream DovII'b f- ood Calte Ten. Bouffles or puffed dlshon am among Ihe good things to conjuro with when sgs are btlll fairly plentiful. As souffle;, cannot he transferred from one dish to another but must be f-erved immediately upon removing from the oven lest they fall, they should be cooked In dlshos that ttiny appropriately b placed upon tho tabic. For this purposn there Is nothing so decorative, bo sanitary, or tiucli a paver of time and labor as tho earthenwaru ranieqtitns and eocottes that aro growlns very day In popularity. Until qulto recently the woman who wished to servo her moit delectable dlfches In tho quaint, artistic settings made familiar to us through the old world Interiors that artists have loved to present, had to buy tho imported French or German ware. To-day wo can buy the i-ama flr-proof cooking and nerv ing dishes, rich brown on tho nulsldo und Ith spotless white porcelain Interiors, in all the regular shapes, round und oval, icniKi wltn the stumpy handles and some without, plnln and tinted, largo enough to hold an entire fowl of nldermanlc pro portions and small enough for Individual lervlce, and nil mudo on homo soil ami by home nrtlfans, A word of warning sent out by tho makers of these elinrmlng and "com fortable" piece of fine earthenware la that befoio using they should be placed lu a pan or a largo fish kuttln and com pletely covered with cold water. Drlng llowly to n boll nnd then remove tho pan from tho fire, allowing tho wnro to cool In the water before taking out. An olhsr caution as to Its care, Is to avoid changing tho temperature from hot to mld w cold to hot, too ubruptly lest the 1 t. Ah 1 once It leh hat ffZ The oak so grand . ljr flour - I'eil Published by AMERICAN MELODY Co., New SCIENCE wnro be cracked. This applies to all new lot them stand on thickly folilod paper Burrounded by hot, not boiling water When done servo at once, laylns a laco paper on linen doyley over the plate on which tno ramcquln In to rest. Anion? tho soufflos of cheoee and vegetables that arc specially well rec omincmled are the following: CHEESE SOUFFLE. Mix together one-half cup bread crumbs a quarter teiiRpeonful salt, a half tea spoonful mustard and a dash of cayenne. Add a teaspoonful of butter, cup and a half of milk, cool- over hot water. When heated lemove, add while hot two cupH grated cheese and the well beaten yolks of three eggs. Cool. When ready to bake add the benten whiles of four egs and a cup of whipped cream. Fill Individual cups half full. Set In a pan of hot water und baku about 15 minutes In a quick oven. THE Gl'En.N'HHy SOUFFT.E. Hero are directions for another chenn souffle bj, given by the manufacturers of some of the choicest earthenware. Pin a narrow, folded paper thoroughly huttcied on the Inside around six nr ..liriit ranieoulns and butter the ismmnin. ti,..r oughly. .Melt two tablospoonfuls butter ana in u cook two tnblespoonf uls of flour and a quarter teasDoonful each unit on.t paprika. When the mixture looks frothy, siir in nair u cup of milk and stir until boiling. Then add four ounces grated chooo and tho beaten yolks of three ergs. Lastly, fold In the stiffly whipped whites of tho three eggi. Put the mixture Into the rainequlns, letting It coma up to tho paper or nearly to the top of the dlsnes. Set the ramequlns on many folds of paper In a dlah, pour In boiling water to half flu and let bake In n moderate ovrn until the mixture Is well puffed up n; firm to the touch. Remov thn hutt.r. , cd papers, set tho ramequlns In place, ; nun t-ervo ni once. A green vegetable Bal ed, seasoned witn French dressing and a brow nod cracker may accompany the difch. ASPAHAGUR SOUFFLE. Only very tender asparagus should be used. Cut in fine nnd boll until tender In salted water. Add the woll beaten yolks of four eggs, one tablnspoonful of soft butter, n saltspoonful of salt, and a little pepper. Then fold In the stiffly beaten whites of the eggs, and bake In a steady oven. Canned asparagus can be substituted for tho fresh. SOUFFLE OF CA'FinOTS. Doll the carrots and moah them fine, add a little sugar to tnnto, a pinch of salt, u spoonful of flour, a ood lump of butter, tho well beaten yolk of four eggs uml Irustly fold In the stiffly beaten whites. Hake in a quick oven, In the dish lu which It may be served. COIIN SOUFFLE. To one pint of grated sweet corn (can ned corn, dralnod nnd run through a food-chopper, may be used), ndd the well beaten yolks of two eggs, ono pint of sweet milk, one small teaspoonful of salt, one nnd one-half tablespoonfuls of sugar, nnd the stiffly beaten whites of the eggs. Mix woll nnd bake In a buttered cas serole or rnmequln for 40 minutes. CAIJP.AGK SOUFFLE. Chop a solid, whltw beaut of cabbage, E. LASSEN -m 1 k 1 - I had a fa - tlicr - ft einst tin schS - net ishcd there, And York and cook In salted water until tender. Drain, and place in a buttered dish In layers, with a sprinkling of crated cbece between. Mix two tableipoonf uls each of flour and buttor, add one cupful of rich milk, the benten yolks of two eggs, and a saltspoouful oach of salt and mustard, stir over tho fire until It bolls. Then add the stiffly beaten whites of tho eggs, pour over tho cabbage, and bake for half an hour. GREEN PEA SOUFFLE. Take either canned or freshly cooked green peas, enough to equal a can, drain well, and manh with two tablespoonfuH of butter. Add tho well beaten yolks of three eggs, one pint of milk, and pep per and salt to season. Fold In the stiffly whipped whites of the eggs, and turn into a buttered casserole. Hake, covered, for 20 mlnuteo, then uncover and let It brown. Serve at once. POTATO SOUFFLOS. Hub two pounds of boiled potatoes through a slcvo. In a stow pan put ono cupful of bolltn water nnd four table spoonfuls of butter, add four ounces of flour mixed smooth with a little, cold water, then add the potato, the yolks of six eggs, salt and popper to season, and tho stiffly beaten whites of tho eggs. Put In a buttered ramequln und buko for half an hour. BWBET POTATO PUFF. Into two cups of boiled nnd mashed sweut potato beat ono tabelspoonful of soft butter, two well whipped eggs, one cupf dl of milk, and salt and seasoning to taste. Heat thoroughly, turn Into a buttered casserole and bake to a golden brown. KICE SOUFFLE. Boll one-half cup of rice In ono quart of boiling salted water for 15 or 20 min utes and drain It. Then cook the rice In ono pint of milk In a double boiler for 10 mlnutea. Add the yolks of four eggs beaten with four tablcspoonfuls of pow dered sugar, and ono tablcspoonful of butter. Cook for five minutes and let cool. Flavor with lemon or vanilla. Heat the whites of the eggs stiff and fold In lightly, and bake In a buttered dish for 30 minutes. SPINACH SOUFFLE, Boll tho spinach, drain und chon fine. seauon with salt, pepper and butter, and when cold, stir In ono cunful of cream. and the yolks of two eggs, well benten. Fold In lhe stiffly beaten whites, nnd pour Into i large buttered ramequln or Into lndlvtdunl dishes, nnd bake. SQUASH SOUFFLE. Press dry cookett squash through a sieve, and to one cupful and ono tahle spoonful of Eoft buttor, one-fourth cup ful of milk, the two yolks of two eggs, and seasoning to taste. When thoroughly mixed, fold In the stiffly benten whites, turn Into a buttered rnmequln set In a pan of hot water, and bake In tho ovn until tho rentor Is firm, Serve with a cream sauce made with ono tablespoon ful of flour mixed smooth In one table spoonful of hot butter, and onn cupful ot hot milk or croam added (rradually, with seasoning of salt, pepper, celery salt nnd mace, Cook for five minutes In a double boiler. TOMATO BOCFTtiB. Slew three oupfuls of tomato down to two, add seasoning to taste, and six rggs, tho whites beaten stiff, nnd buke for 10 or 16 minutes, or until set, Sorvs as soon na done. Emma Paddock Telford. "Suffered day and nUht the torment of Itching plies. Nothing helped me until 1 usod Doan'B Ointment, It cured me parmanontlyV'Hon. John It, Gar rett, Mavok. Oirard. AJ Bp ' 1 1 f 1 1 C Sq.-. I I. And since In for cign lands I came to dwell A dream I 2 yn alf HuH Mt j(f ( 7Voumt 3- I kissed her lipi, sho spoke my n . live tongue,... How ' 4. Dat kiisi . te mieh auf deutsch und sprath auf deutteh.... man SgJg-Z ... ' 4 -no gs53. ftr - f1 z-0- y. , , i---lii0lSz: , 1 J'ed. J'eJ. maid more fair than word? can tell Came, bright a morn ing's TCitr tin Jf,ld . then tau for schen und blond van Ifaar tu sweet its home ly ac - ccnti rua(;l Our love flow'd liVe a glauit es kaum, -.vie gnt es kiting, das Wort lit be , -fH ' -j ,- . j . - 0 --r rfif 1 1 J'cd. J'ed. Ftd. -iC3 - beam ! sek'n stteam ! dich I " -A, -o f - t s- It Was a Dream. 3 pp a p. VERMONT The registration In Barre city schools Is about 100 larger than last year. The Bellows Falls high school opened its football season Saturday by defeat ing Richards high 19 to 9. Over ion hunting licenses have been is sued from the Bennington town clerk's oftlce. Last year nearly tiOO were Issued. A Uutland county court Jury Thuisdnv afternoon found Mrs. Ella Marshall of Poultney guilty of selling liquor unlaw fully. II. W. Allen, who has had charge of tho local advertising department of tho Montpeller Journal, ltavts October 1 to take the position of local' advertising manager of the Portland, Me., Express. An entering class of 70 students Is already registered at Norwich Univer sity nnd several moro are expected This will bo ono of tho largest If not tho largest class In tho history of tho Institution. After occupying the old bank building for 37 years the Nalonal bank of Barro moved last week to palatial quarters In the new Howland block. Tho old build ing Is to be torn down to make room for a moro modern structure. Vermont postmasters In common with thoc in tho other New England States have been granted a leave of aluence of not more than flvo d-iys to enable them to attend the annual meeting of the Post masters' association to be held In Boston October 19. Judge 7,. Ft. Stanton was obliged Thurs day to Biispend the trial of the ease of Hntlle Uerrtck vs. tho town of Holland lu Orleans county court because of his own Illness. A recess of tho court was taken until Thursday nit Judgo Stan ton went to his home In Hoxbury. There Is liable to bo a hard cider drouth In western Vermont this win te,r. Elliott White of Cavendish has a contract with Now Vork manufac turers to furnish 200 cnrlrads of elder apples nnd Is canvnssln a wide ter ritory to ftll the older. Burglars visited two stores at Wll Uamstown station last Thurfday night, those of F. A. Boyer and A. C, Bratioli At tho latter place they took several watches and at the former n bundle if stove polish coupons, of no value to them but worth five cents each to His owner. The directors of tho Bennington Hasn Ball association find themselves In thn hole to tho extent of nhout JTfi nt the end of thn (onson. At the opening thorn was over 1500 In thn treasury, which was raised by popular subscription nnd entertain ments. It was necessary to build a grand stand at an expense of $500 nnd leases have cost IS0O more Tho fourth annual banquet of the Vermont Association of Ixical Fire In surance Agents will be held nt Water bury Inn Thursday, October 13. Tho business mooting; will ho held nt 5 p. m., and at 8 p. m., the banquet will bo served. Tho KU""t of honor will bo Dr. John A. Moad of Uutland, Secretary of State a. W. Bailor of Kssex Junc tion and C. M. Fletchor, former doputy Insurance commissioner of Massachu setts. Borne of tho genlous speakora nt a eampmestlnff recently held In Taftsvllln put It up to the sinners in pretty strong terms. "Every tneniner of my family ex eeot my rrandmnther has been oonvert ed," said one of the evangelists, "and she has gono to hell," Two young men were Just leaving tho tent "And those young men are going to hell" he shouted, .point i 1 1 I'cd rP Ct Zr"lJ' am - tan ym mm 1 )f -s ri -g;- nr .a . " - 0-Q-ci t v r - - 1 ui-tr- " Fed. Fed. Fed. It El J ixr . ., PP ,j 1 1 1 1 I - S5Er:;.:-:. ad?g tt .1. NOTES ing to the youths. One of them turned and Inquired: ."Any message for your grandmother." Mario Dressier, the actress, wired severnl New York papers from Wind sor as follows: "According to tho last oonui Vermont. I think, decreased In population. Anv wondor? It has, I think, the worst railway service In the world. It took mo from nlno this morning until live this afternoon on Boston & Maine express to reach my farm. Please publish this. It may awake the oltlclals." An oxchnnge thinks Marie Is twisted about the cen sus leturns but allows that sho may be right regarding thu railway ser vice. THEHE'S A ItlfiHT AND WHOXfi WAV OF HANGING lMCTUHKS. Pictures that tilt forward on the wnll add to the restlessness nnd confusion of most rooms. They should be bung flat. To bring about this effect the screw eyes are set near the top of the frame. Ver tical cords corresponding to the vertical lines of tho room produce n much better effect than converging cords. Two hooks are used for each picture. The cord Is made Into n belt and tho doubled ends passed through the serew-eyei, and slipped over the hooks. This leaves the picture free to slide on the cord for leveling. The screw-eyes ns'd must bo largo enough to takn the doubled cord easily but should be of ns slender stock as will carry the weight snfely. Cords are reconi mended by the writer Instead of picture wire. This Is In direct opposition to the common prnctk'e In this country, which Is based on the falsn assumption that plcture-wlro Is Invisible. The wire can not be Ignored, still It can not be made to count In the decoration. It lacks frank ness and It lacks apparent strength. A good cord for the purpose can be easily obtained. It !s known as "traverse eord" and Is used to woik tho shades of largo windows, such as shop windows, It Is a braided cord about one-eighth Inch In diameter and l made in several colors. A spci lal coid Is made for hanging heavy pictures which has u metallic center. Tho cord usually should match thn wall-paper In color Eugene Clulo ir October Designer. WIHT TO HO FOB SXAKE IHTI3S, Ilr.vlng no means for medical treat ment at hand, the leat course to pur sue If bitten by n venomous sunke Is, Flr.'t: Keep calm and don't Imnglno that you nro going to dlo, for you aro not Second, nut nulcklv and s tnelj , much depends upon what Is done the first few minutes before the poison has n chance to dlssemlnato. Thlid, mako a ligature above tho wound with a well-knotted handkei chief, a bit of clothing, or it stout twine, and tighten with a stick thrust through the loop nnd twist until Hu cloth sinks deeply Into tho skin. Fourth sterilize a knife blade by passing It slowly through a match flume, then cut Into each fnng puncture as wide aa tho blade and nbout one-fourth of nn Inch In soft flesh; If ngnlnst the bone the wound will bo shallow. Fifth, squeeze tho poison oCt with the flowing blood for a minute or moro by pinching tho flesh deeply and all around the wounds. Sixth, stop the flow of blood with a bit of clean pnper, clean hands, nnd plenti ful aullva, so as to cause a healthy scab, nnd thereby very necessarily prevent blood poisoning, which would prove In Grlgge Funny how much eater you can rile it thin porson than a fat ono. Brlggs Not at all. It takes a fat per son lounur to get mnd clear through, llostou Tr""""'" To :g:or 3d vcrte. was a dream. war tin TraumX 0 S- an already unhealthy part far more se- ., ii. , i in., u. i rlmis than half a dozen snake bites. Sev entli. remove the ligature to prevent gi.ngreno, and remain ns quiet as pos sible or move slowly to a convenient place of rest. Eighth, If depression of the heart action Is obsorved, take a fing er of whiskey, not more, and repeat the dose frequently to accelerate heart ac tion. It may be well for ny one, especially a timid person, to carry with him to any nake-lnfested camp a pocket hypoder mic case, containing a good clean needle and a vial of potassium permanganate crystals. While the wound Is bleeding from the knlfo cuts, dissolve tho crystals In a Uttlo water, producing a dee-p purple color, fill the hypodermic and inject the fluid Into and closo around both fang punctures. Then stop the blond. Perman ganate solution when fresh ts a powerful oxidizing agent and destroys the toxic character of tho venom whenever coming in contact with It, Hubblng a lot of the finely ground crystals Into the open wounds before stopping the flow of blood may bo resorted to when the hypo dermic Is not nt band. Hut above all, keep the wound clean and do not become frightened, remembering that many persons and animals have suffered very little from snake blto when nut a thing was done for thorn, and that others have suffered and sometimes tiled when much was dono though doubt ful of efficacy. S. F Aaron In Collier's for September. THE JUICE OF TUT. IUPE OCTOIIEB Git U'K. There will be thnusands uf tons of f-rnpen all over the country ripening this year, that with great profit might be turned Into grape Juice, und kept on the farms whero the grapes are grown. The old way was tn take tho grapes off the mil i,nit iii..m hofnie mvsslmr This and heat them befoie pi rsFlng. rnis a dark nnd murky Juice which w- stems made mako still moro unpalatable by adding sugar to It. But we have found an ensler and n cheaper way p make a bettei article. The new way Is to put the fresh clusters, after all bad berries nre taken off, Into a fruit press, with u coarse cloth next the cage, nnd press out a patt of the Julro very lightly. An soon us It begins to get dork red thn pressuro should stop and all the Juice so expressed be kept by Itself and put on to heat. Tet tt by a thermometer, nnd when It renches 175 degPre bottle it at once, without any "iiirar or other Ingredient In it. If It Is brought to the boiling point It will lose tho delicate grnpo flavor and have a ennked taste. Thn bottles should tin kept hot In boiling water, and thn eorls ton Then there vlll be no lurking danger of ferment left. Their tope, shoula be dipped In melted wax to make them still n ore secure from the air. Tho darker Juice may be pressed out ns long as nny of consequence remains III the pulp, hut this should be heated nnd bottled by Itself. It will not have the mild flavor of that first extruded, but some may like It better. Grnp Juice made lu this way needs no sugar at any time ir any dilution when thn bottles are opened. S. V. A., In October Designer. MOST IMPORTANT THING. Commander Peary, ot one of tho numer ous Washington dinners, following his triumphant it-turn from the pole, got tho better of a senator In n war of wits. "What Is the good of your discovery?" the senator said. "I'll wager that you didn't find u single Important thing at the North Pole." "Oh, yes, I did," said the explorer. "I found ono very, very Important thing." "Humph. What was that?" the sena tor grunted. "Tho way back homo again. ' was the reply. Washington Star. Excursion to New York. Seo ad. u.s 1 IJtTATK )F ItlritAlt M. f1,ltTIS. TE OF VEIt.MONT, District of Chit, tenden, ss. "ho Honorable Probato Court for tht trlet aforesaid 1 To the heirs and all persons Inter--led In tho estate of Illcliard M. Cur 'Is, late of Albutgli, In said district I'leeacod, Whereas, nppllrntlon hath been "iado to this rourt lu writing, by thn :eutrlx of 'he estate of lllchnrd M. ''iirtls, Into of until Alburgh, eased, prnylnic for license and Ibeilty to sell 11 part of the real cf Id of said derei-seil, for thn payment of Mh and chnrges of iidmfnlstratlon, ttlng forth therein the r-mount of ' ts due from raid defeased, the ! argos of administration, and the i" 'ount of personal estate nnd tho sit illon of tile real evtato. Wln-roupon, the said court nppolnt I ntnl nsslgncd tho Sth d.iv of Oeto '"r. 1910," nt the Probato office In North Hero, In iid district. to hear and I'eeldo upon said nppllratlon nnd pe lt Inn, nnd ordered publle notice there f to be iflven to nil persons lntr ited therein, by piibllshlni.' said or- r. together with the time and plnee r hearing, three weeks u restively ir the HurllriRton Weekly Free Preoi i newspaper which circulates In th neighborhood of tlinre persons Inter. eitMl In said "Slnle. nil which nubll atlons ijliall be previous to tt,o daj ilrni'd for heni Ing Theiefore. -:,u are hereby nilllle to appeHr before sab court at tin lino and place -!"iic:nei then and i "re In said court to mrike y.,jr ob "tlol'l to the giiintitis of such II- e. C "mi see cnune. 'liven umler mv hnpd at Nortl 'Hi, In said dl. trlet, this l. th day o ptomber, 1!10. WM. HAYNF.R, H.wSt. .. Judge. "I've;: nr iitiuinrr l.r.vv .! AS'.tMMIH. DI2V "Tr; OF VFttMON'T, District ot C'liltteniten. ss. the Hniniiabln I roh.ne Court for ' 1 ilslrli ! nf Chitteniieti. To nil per-unit Inlcti vted In the iis- t Han-let I.epp liesjardlnes, lati I nurllngtun, In said d. strict, de sert, OnEETING t a Probate fVuirt, hmden at Plur ' ngton, within and for said district ti tho 1st day nf Sept., 1910, an In Mrummit psirportliig to bo tho last '111 and testament of Harriet Lcpp i 'osjardltifs late nf Ilurllngton, In fild district, deceased, wai presented tho court aforesaid, for probMe. lid It Is nrdeiid by said Court that 2ard day of Fcpt., 1'JtO. at tin Mib'ito Oflhe In fald Hurllnr;- . be nssti'ned for proving mid Ir '. .iment; nnd that notice thereof 'n 'on to all persons concerned, bj blMnng this order three w- ks sue le!y In the Uurllngton Weekly rie Pre.s, a newtpapei elr 'i'Htlng that l''Inlt y. In s.ild d 'mi pr- to the time appointed ; herefore, you. lire lie rein n Ufiod to pent- before said Court, at toe tlma d place nforojald, and contest tba rooato of said will. If vou hae 'aitso. ilven under my hand, at Ilurllfgt an, said district, this 1st day of l-Vp-iber, 1910. OftMAN P. r.AV. wSt. JUDGE. ruiintssiitM'iitv notici:. tale of llihwiril LuiiKitlie. Ilurllnirtiin "in under-dgn-M! having been ap I'ed by tl e ItoiioraM" Proba'o .rt for the I '1st! lot uf 'hit rden, iimlsslnner". 'o re'..e txam'ne, 1 .nlju-t the ' laims nnd il nands if perotis against the oUme of a aril Lamothe late of Burlington, -aid district. deceasert, and all ins exhibited In offset here'o, i eby t.1 mi notice that we will meet the purpose iifnresald, at tin 'loo of E. IC. I'avs In the city ot Bur n-ctim In said district, on the 2nd Tiles- .- of October nnd March next, a o'clock a. m, on each of said dayi ! that months from ihe Hth daj f September, A. D. 1910, Is ;he time .mlted by said court tor said rredl'on pti'eiit their claims to us for ex- amlnatlon and allowance. Datnd at Burlington, this i 4th day of September, A. D. 1010. E. i: I' S, GEOP.Gi: W. tnrBEHVIT.l.E. ll.wSt Commissioners. COMMISSION CHS" NOTICE. ESTATE OF AI.I1EKT T. STEAHXS ltOSTO.V. MASS. Tho undersigned, having been np pointed by the Hon. Probate Court fo. the District of Chittenden, commls. sinners to receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands of a'l persons ngalnst the estate of Albert T. Stearns, late of Boston, Mass., In sali district, deceased, and all c'alms ex hibited In offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the pur pose aforosald, at the office at Ed mund C. Mower. !n the city of Bur lington, In said district, on the 1st Wednesday of October and Marct noxt at 10 o'clock a. m on each ot said days and that six months from the 3rd dny of September, A. D., 1910, Is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dnted at Burlington this 3rd day of September. A. D., 1910. E. W. J. HAWKINS, EDML.N'D C. MOWER, 10,w3t. Commissioners ESTATE OF HOSA SIL'SIIEY. STATE OF VERMONT. District of Chittenden, ss. The Honorable Probato Court for tho District of Chittenden. To all persons interested In the es tate of Ttosa Bushoy, late of Bur lington. In said district, deceased, GREETING: At n Probato Court, holden at Bur lington within and for said district on tho 1st day of September, 1910, an Instrument purporting to ho the last will and testament of Itosa Bushey, Into of Burlington, In said dis trict, deceased, was presented to the court aforesaid, for probato. And It is ordered by said court that the 30th day of September, 1910, at th probate Office In said Burlington, ba assigned for prnng said Instrument; 1 and that notlco thereof be given tu p.rfon concerned, b-r publishing tns ,)rder three weeks ftarcesstvoly in the Uurllngton Weekly Free Press. newspaper circulating In thnt vicin ity, In f.ild district, previous to tho tlmo appointed. Therefore, you nre hereby notified to appear before said court, at tho time and place aforesaid, and contest the probate nf said will. If you have cause. eiiven ununr my nunu at iiurungion, In said district, this 13th day of Sep tember, 1910. ORMAN P. RAY, ll,w3t. Judge. ESTATE OF ROBERT KIESLICII. STATE OF VERMONT, District of Chittenden, ss, The Honorable Probato Court for the District of Chittenden. To all persons Interested Jn tho es tate of Robert Klesllch, late ot Burlington, In said district, deceased, GREETING At a Probate Court, holden at Bur lington, within and for said district, mi the Pth day of September. 1910, an Instrument purporting to be tha last will anil testament of Robert Klesllch, lute nf Burlington, In snlj district, deceased, was presented to the court aforesnld, for prob te. And It Is ordered by said Court thnt tho 30th day of September, 1910, at tho Probato Office In said Uurllngton, bo assigned for proving snld Instrument: and that notice theroof be given to alt persons concerned, by publishing this order three weeks successively In the Burlington Weekly Frno Press, a newspaper circulating In thnt vicinity, In said district, previous to thn time appointed. Theiefore, you aro hereby notified to appear before said Cnuit, nt tho time and place aforosald, rftul contest the probate ef said will, If you have, cause. Given under my hand, at Burlington, In said district this 9th dny of Sep tember. 1910, ORMAN P. RAY, ll.wSt. Judgo. RECEPTION CALLING AND CARDS l BINDING V FA'AA, PRESS PA BURLINOTOfL oruTVAtTst WV MA Mill -wi I smsBi em. in i- m