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THE ST. JOHNSBURY CALEDONIAN, NOVEMBKK 15, 1899.
6 THE TOWNS AROUND. BARNET. A Business Change. Scott M. Farnum ond wile have mode another real estate trade, having sold their wagon factory, awmill, all the machinery and tools, three dwelling houses and two large storehouses to C. 12. Clark of Wolcott for $5,000. They take in exchange one dwelling house and four acres of land, price $1250. The five years the Farnums have been here they have worked up an immense business doing the largest waeon business of any firm in the state. This is the largest and best equipped factory in Caledonia Co., having electric lights in sawmill, wood shop, black smith shop and paint room, all are heated by steam with a new fifty horse power boiler. The barn and all the houses are also lighted by electricity. This has proven to be one of the finest business points in the state and we understand that Mr. Clark is a hustler and has had seventeen years experience in business. He comes well recommended bv his townspeople. Possession given March 1st. We understand Mr. Farnum gives poor health as his reason for selling out the business which was never more prosperous than at the present time. The Farnum family will remain in town during the summer to get their business settled up so far as possible before going to Burke to look after the lumber busi ness at the mill recently purchased. Hurd Roy has taken the job to run the electric lights lor the next year. H. T- Stewart has gone to the Maine roads to bunt dter. ' The school teachers are home for the vacation once more. The village schools close this week. James O'Rourke of South Ryegate will lecture in the church next Sunday even ing on "The most pressing wants of our people and how to meet them." Mrs. Julia A. Brown went to Law rence, Mass., Wednesday to see her sister, Mrs. Orr, who is not expected to live. Miss Margaret Newell of St. Johnsbury has been with Miss Edith Wallace lor the past week. Mrs. Ed Richardson and her boys have been stopping at S. Moore's for a few days. Byron Berry of Chelsea is visiting his mother, Mrs. Hannah Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Ka'v, of Wing Road, N. H., visited Mrs. C. B. Whitney the last of last week. J. C. Welch went to Montpelier Satur day to attend the funeral of his sister. Mrs. G. H. Taplin of St. Johnsbury visited in Barnet Saturday. Rev. Joseph Boartlman and Miss Robina L. Laughlin from Barnet and Rev. D. M. McKinley and Mrs. McKin ley, Miss Nellie Blair and Miss Jennie Gibson from the Center attended the sixth Christian Endeavor union meeting at Newbury Friday. Walter Johnson ond Ned are boarding for the winter with Mrs. DeShan. Mrs. Joseph Hardy, of Seattle, Wash ington, arrived in Barnet Monday night. Mrs. Mary W. Boardman returned home Monday evening. For Over Fifty Yean. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used by millions of mothers lor their children while teething. If disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cutting teeth, send at once and get a bottle ol "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for Children Teething. It will relieve the poor little sufferers imme diately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about it. It cures diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, reduces inflammation, and gives tone and energy to the whole system. "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for children teething is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip tion of one ol the oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the United States. Price twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all druggists throughout the wor d. Be sure and ask lor "Mrs. Win slow's Soothing Syrup. PASSunpsic. Deferred Items.l There was a Harvest concert at the church Sunday morning, Nov. 5, which was largely attended and much enjoyed by all. 1 lie narvest dccorutions were very fine, especially the corn festoons. The children, as usual, did finely. Joseph Lewis met with nn injury at the tibre leather mill, where he is employed, Saturday, wov. , bv the laHine ol a pul ley, striking his back and injuring him so that he had to be carried to Ins home He is doing well and hopes to be out in a lew days. Frank Woods was quite sick with ton silitis recently, but is now much better. Mr. Worcester, of Thctford, gave an exhibition ot a fire extinguisher in this village Friday evening, Nov. 3. The ma chine did the work very iffcctuallv and we understand that he has sold several to the village people and expects to sell to the mills and others. With several of these extinguishers in our village protec tion against fire would be greatly en hanced. Mr. Crenser, of Monroe, will move here with his family soon, into the tenement lately vacated by Mr. Knowlcs, who has returned to hast St. Johnsbury. Mr Creaser is employed upon bridges. Blanche Miles spent Saturday night and Sunday with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Miles. Mrs. Emma Webb, of Newport, was in town one day last week. John Ray has so far recovered from his illness ns to return to his home, from the hospital where he has been for several weeks. Ranker Haul n Itobbvr. J. R. Garrison, Cashier of the bank o Thornville, Ohio, had been robbed o health by a serious lung trouble until he tried Dr. King s New Discovery lor Con sumption. Then he wrote: "It is the best medicine I ever used for a lung trouble. I always keep a bottle on hand." Don't suffer with Coughs, Colds or any Throat Chest or Lung trouble when you can be cured so easily. Unlv 50 cents and $1.00 Trial bottles free at Flint Bros.' drug store. HARVEY. James McEwen is shingling and mak ing otner repairs on bis house. A very pleasant time was had at the surprise party at John Bacon's last Fri dav evening. Mrs. Malvina Young was at J. Frye's last week. WEST CONCORD. The third Quarterly meeting will occur next Sunday, Nov. 19. The presiding elder, Rev. J. 0. Sherburne, will preach and administer the sacrament of the Lord's supper. Every one is cordially invited to be present. Rev. Mr. Quimby of Maiden, Mass., who has supplied the pulpit at the Uni versalis! church very acceptably, the past two Sundays, will continue to preach here until February. Public examination ot teachers will be held in the schoolhouse in this village Friday and Saturday, Nov. 17 and 18, E. W. Wright, examiner. Mrs. Amanda Hill has moved back to her house. Fred Robinson, who has been working at Bratlforn, Conn., for some time, moved his family down there last week. Miss Verna Moody has a nice upright piano with which she is taking much pleasure these days. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miltimore and little son who have been visiting Mr. Miltimore's parents at Sweetsburg, P.Q., for a short time, have leturned home: Mrs. Susan Hunter of Lowell is visit ing her sister, Mrs. C. E. Wadleigh. Dan Morse has advertised his stock for sale Tuesday, Nov. 21. Mrs. Henry Ranney returned home from Roslyn, L. I., Friday. A pleasant social time was enjoyed at the oyster supper last Wednesday even ing at the Methodist church vestry and five dollars was added to the treasuryl of the Ladies Benevolent Society. Mrs. L L.Shacklord and Miss Blanche Shackford are visiting Iriends in Boston. Many improvements have been made in the post office room. A nice floor, several new boxes and other improve ments help to make it a very pleasant room. A Fiendish Attack. An attack was lately made on C. F. Collier of Cherokee, Iowa, that nearly proved fatal. It came through his kid neys. His back got so lame he could not stoop without great pain, nor sit in a chair except propped by cushions. No remedy helped him until he tried Electric Bitters which effected such a wonderful change that he writes he feels like a new man. This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble, purifies the blood and builds up your health. Only 50 cents at Flint Bros.' drug store. PEACHAn. At B.T. Way's auction last week every thing sold well. The farm was sold to John McKinlev. of Ryegate, for $2800. M. J. Taylor has rented it and has moved there. Mr. Way has gone to Manches ter, N. H., and his family will go in a few days. Dr. Mackay has been chosen school director in place of E. M. Talt who re signed. F. J. Stoddard went to Manchester Monday to be absent a few days. S. H. Rowcll has had a successful opera tion perlormed on his hand, and is doing as well as possible. The body of Walter Brown was found last Monday morning, about half way between C. O. Clifford's and East Peacham. Mr. Brown worked for Stocker Bros., at Danville, and was evidently on is wav there, as he passed through bast Peacham just before dark. Heart trouble is thought to have caused his death. He was about 4-5 years of age and unmarried. Home Foolish People allow a cough to run until itgets beyond the reach ol medicine. I hey otten say 'Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it will wear them away. lould they be induced to try the successful med icine called Kemp s lialsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, thev would immediately see the excellent flVct .after taking the first dose. Price 25c. and 50c. Trial size free. At all druggists. WEST DANVILLE. Mrs. Leon Adams has been somewhat ill but has so far improved that they have gone to keeping house in Mrs. Bean's house. School closed Friday, Nov. 3. Clayton Farrington, who has been visiting friends in Massachusetts for several weeks returned home recently. Mrs. Ida Lee Aldredge ol Stowe was visiting relatives and Iriends here last week returning home the last of the week. A school will be kept in the Oneida District the coming winter. E. P. Brickett and sons have complet ed a job building a shed lor F. A. Goss. Mrs. lennie Cross of St. Tohnsbury has been visiting at her father's here the past week. Mr. and Mrs. George Merrill visited at their daughter's Mrs. H. C. Hill, at Fair banks Villaae last week, Mrs. Merrill staying a week or ten days. B. T. Way of Peacham was in the vil lage Saturday. Frank Walbridge of Cabot was here on business recently. H. T. Badger is making some extensive repairs on his house. S. J. Wood ward has bought the William Saulter Jr. place where Cyrus Davison lives and has moved there. A. W. Merrill was in Hardwick on business on Friday and in St. Johnsbury Saturday. Ernest Brickett and wife visited at her uncle's Nathaniel Willson at East Cabot Saturday. II. C. Badger has made some repairs on his place and will move their soon. Home lCndorsmirul. We, the undersigned, druggists of Bur lington, Vt., have sold during our entire business experience, the well known rem edy, Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, and in variably lound it to give entire satisfac tion to our customers. We regard this medicine as among the most reliable household remedies that we sell. R. B. Stearns & Co., W. H. Zottman & Co., Geo. A. Churchill, F. L. Taft & Co., J. G. Bellrose, W. J. Henderson, F. Henry Parker & Co., J. W. O'Sullivan, M. E. Collins, Gosselin Bros., W. P. Hall, Geo. Loveland & Co. Sold liquid in bottles; tablets in boxes. Price 25 cents for either. WEST BARNET. Charles Choate has returned from a visit in the West. Mrs. Oliver Warden, of Great Falls, Montana, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Su8anGilfillau. Miss Nellie Laughlin closed her school here Saturday of last week. LYNDON. Mrs. McGlauflin spent Wednesday and Thursday at Bradford attending the meeting of the Home Missionary Society. Capt.J. S. Thompson visited in Dan ville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ritchie of Greens boro visited Mrs. Staples Friday and Saturday. The chicken pie supper at the Metho dist church last week Tuesday was a good one and well attended, netting the society about $12. There is an effort being made to raise enough money to clear off the church debt before Thanks giving day and it seems likely to succeed. The Christian Endeavor society held a social at C. M. Chase's residence last Friday evening. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Metho dist church will hold their annual meet ing for the election of officers on Wednes day evening, Nov. 15, at the vestry. The invitation includes all who attend the church or are interested in its work. To Skeptical Asthmatics. The truly marvelous cures of Asthma which have already been effected by Dr. Rudolph Schiffmann, certainly call for notice. His preparation (Schiffmann'i Asthma Cure), not only gives instant relief in the most stubborn and obstinate cases, but positively cures, in proof of which hear what the Town Clerk at Cavalier, N. D., Mr. W. Sererus, says: "I was troubled with asthma for 20 years, about 8 years ago I started to use your Asthma Cure, and have not had an nttact for six years." EAST BURKE. Rev. and Mrs. Gregory went to Fort Ethan Allen last week Tuesday to bid goodbye to their son, Dan, who started with the rest for the Philippines. Mrs. Joel Jenkins left here Saturday for Concord, N. H., to attend the wedding of a grandson. W. B. Godding, who has been at St. Johnsbury caring for his wife who has had pneumonia at her daughter's, Mrs. R. T. Parker, returned home last week leaving his wife more comfortable. Dick Brown is very sick with pneumonia at Mr. Mathers, and not expected to re cover. Frinda Smith, wife of Osman White, died last week aged 86 years. She has been sick nearly all summer and leaves a husband who is very infirm, and one son, Mclvin White, with whom she lived, about two miles above East Burke Vil lage. Notice of auction sale of stock and farming tools at South Kirby will be found in our advertising columns. The Christian Endeavor society have elected Miss Mary Eggleston, president, Miss Flora Ladd, vice president and Mrs. Emma Houston secretary and treasurer. Artemas Eggleston has moved into the tenement in Mrs. Dr. Lane's house. L. A. Darling has moved back to his house at Mountain View which has been thoroughly remodeled and modernized. A Clergyman's Experience. M. D. Jump, D. D., Saratoga Springs, writes: "It affords me great pleasure to testily to the value of Henry & Johnson's Arnica and Oil Liniment, which I used with the most satisfactory results. Not long since, as a result of a cold and ex cessive use of the organs of the throat, I suffered greatly from inflammation and induration of the tonsils. After trying several remedies I bethought me of your liniment, and by a single application over night the trouble was entirely re moved and I was able to go on with my work." WEST BURKE. Mr. and Mrs Chas. Taft arrived here Sunday morning with the remains of Michael Bartlett. He had been living with his daughter, Mrs. Taft, at South ern Pints, N. C, for the last year. He was found dead in bed Thursday morn ing. He had resided for many years in Sutton and was buried on the North Ridge beside his wile. He was eighty four years old. F. R. Powers sells his stock and farm ing tools at auction at South Kirby, Thursday, Nov. 23. See our advertising coltfmus. The Ladies' Aid meet with Mrs. Elva Carr Wednesday afternoon. School closed Friday afternoon for s vacation of three weeks. Miss Annette Silsby is visiting in New buty. Mrs. F. M. Spencer of St. Johnsbury visited Iriends in town last week. Henry Moulton entertained the Ladies of the W. R. C. very pleasantly with his phonograph Saturday evening. The oyster supper given bv the 0. E. S was a great success financially as well as socially. Rev. Mr. Farrow's illustrated temper ance lecture drew a packed house on 1 hursnay evening, ins singing was especially enjoyed. Eugene Bishop is rejoicing on the arrival of a nine pound son. Eugene Fogg has nn auction of per soual property Thursday. GROTON. Dr. George Hatch is moving his family into the Hatch block. The Boston store is open and doing a good business. W. B. Ladd was in town over Sunday. C. E. Shepard and wife of Murshfield recently visited at 1. B, Hall s. Bert Ricker has gone to Ohio with carload of live stock. II. C. Clark is building a bank wall at both euds of his new house. Mrs. Tom Corinth has moved into her new house, just completed by George Carpenter, "Boxer" Larrow had his legs severely jammed at Webbers quarry last Friday bv a falling stone. It it had not been for a stick of timber which received part of the force of the blow, it would have cut off both legs. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. T Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan& Marrin Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure istakenintcrnally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testi monials sent free. Price i5 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Hall's Family Pills are the best. SOUTH RYEOATE. Rev. Edward Scofield occupied the Presbyterian pulpit last Sunday. Rev. T. M. Davis will preach next Sunday. The village schools closed last Friday for a three weeks vacation. Miss Edna Laird, the high school teacher, will spend her vacation in Boston. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelty visited her sister, Mrs. S. Mills, Jr., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore and Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Terry are visiting in Hartford, Conn. Mrs. William Morrison, of Topshnm, and her daughter, Mrs. Foster, of Mel rose, Mass., visited at J. B. Nelson's last Wednesday. Albert Hall's auction last Friday was well attended. Hay sold for $10 35, and the cows averaged about $25. Mr. Hall will move his family to the village soon and occupy the Park house. C. R. Tagert, of Topsham, will give an entertainment in the Reformed Presbyter ian church next Friday evening. There was no meeting of the Ladies' Aid society last week as there were only two ladies present. Special Clubbing Offer. Subscribers to this paper can have The Vermonter the state's illustrated magazine from now until January, 1901, for $1. This offer will remain open for 30 days, and includes 14 numbers of The Vermonter. Subscriptions received at thia office and by all newsdealers. Subscriptions may also be sent direct to the publisher, Charles S. Forbes. St. Albans, Vt. Mention the Caledonian. This offer is for new subscribers only. SOUTH KIRBY. The personal property consisting of live stock, hay, grain, farming tools and a quantity of sawed lumber, belonging to F. R. Powers is to be sold at auction Thursday, Nov. 23 at 12 o'clock. He Fooled the Surgeon. All doctors told Renick Hamilton, of West Jefferson, 0., after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he would die unless a costly operation was per formed; but he cured himself with Buck len's Arnica Salve, the best in the world. Surest Pile cure on Earth. Price 25 cents a box, at Flint Bros.' drug'store. RYEOATE. Mrs. S. R. Whitehill has commenced to get the stone for the cellar of ber new house. Miss Lizzie Finley is in town working for M. H. Gibson. Albert Hall having sold his farm to his son, sold his personal property at auc tion on Friday last. Mr. Hall will retire to South Ryegate. C. F. Smith has been at work on the McPhee house the past week. Schools in District No. 1 finished on Friday. The same teachers are engaged for the winter term. Rev. J. W, Harris of Greensboro con ucted the communion services in the United Presbyterian church last Sunday. A chicken pie supper will be given by the' Christian Endeavor society in the hureh vestry, Nov. 16 from 6 to 8 o'clock, alter which an entertainment will be given. What's Your Fnce Worth f Sometimes a fortune, but never, if you have a sallow complexion, a jaundiced ook, moth patches and blotches on the skin, all signs of Liver Trouble. But Dr. King's New Lite Pills give Clear Skin, Rosy Cheeks, Rich Complexion. Only 25 cents at I lint Bros, drug store InMnllnlion. The installation of Rev. Frank E. Put nam as pastor of the Congregational church took place at Woodstock last Wednesday. .The sermon was delivered bv President Tucker of Dartmouth; charge to the pastor, Rev, 0. S. Davis of Springfield; right hand of fellowship, Rev. A.J- Lord of Hartford; charge to the people, Rev. James F. Brodie of Salem, Mass. ; Mr. Putnran was former ly pastor at Walpole, Mass., and suc ceeds Rev. P. McMillan, now of North ampton, Mass. Mrs. Morris' Letter to EVERY WIFE AND MOTHER. LETTER TO MRS. FINKBA1I NO. 14,363 "I have taken eight bottles of Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound with gratifying results. I had been married four years and had two chil dren. I was all run down, had falling of womb with all its distressing symp toms. I had doctored with a good physician, but I derived very little good from his treatment. After taking a few bottles of your medicine, I was able to do my work and nurse my seven months'-old babe. I recommend your medicine to every wife and mother. Had I time, I could write much mora in its praise. I bid you God's speed in your good work." Mrs. L. A. Morkis, Welaka, Putnam Co., Fla. " Dear TIrs. Pinkham When I com menced the use of your remedies I was very bad off. Every two weeks I was troubled with flowing spells which mada me very weak. I had two of the best doctors, but they did not seem to help me. "They said my trouble was caused from weakness and was nothing to worry about. I felt tired all the time ; had no ambition. I was growing worse all tno time un tm began the use of Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound. I am now able to help about the house, and am much Improved in health." Mrs. A. Walker, Caixicoon Depox, N. Y. and all Malignant Blood Diseases Cured without Tain, No Knife or Plas Icr. Book of testimonials and letter of advice, free, r LOWER MEDICAL CO. 151 W, 34th St., N.Y NERVOUS DEblLITX, VITAL WEAKNESS and Prostration from Over work or other causes. Humphreys' Homeopathic) SpeolflO) Ho. 28, In use) over 40 years, the only uooessrul remedy. $1 par vll,or t villi and large vial powder,for 5 (old b Druuliu, or mm po.iiv.id nn notlpt ol pries. BDaVHRIf S' BHD. CO., Ctr. Willi., a Jok.su,, Row York rVLLOF LABOR SAVING 1 I III 1 wjto,. r.. s g The dinner hvn0 TERROR h5TT2j - I V WE7 LABOR J imiN It pE?CRIPTIVt CIRCULAR FREE lll I lt 7AVE? WORRY. 32-58 UNIONoT.r SOLD BY RELIABLE: DEALER BoSTON.MASS. OtB HEATERS f STEAM. HOTMTERpWARMAIR & ECILY G(ARAHTrED. Agents for St. Johnsbury and Vicinity. C. H. Goss, St. Johnsbury. C. Eaton & Co., Lvndonvilie, H. T. Seaver, Barton. E. A. Way, West Burke. A MISTAKE. I find many people, who think I only have Life Insurance in my Agency. This is not so. I have several A No. 1 Strong. Old Stock Fire Companies, including the Niagara of N. Y. that ha9 been in continuous bustne99 in town lor nearly a half century, with assets of almost Three Million Dollars. The Fireman's Fund of California with assets of nearly Four Million Dollars, in business for nearly forty years. The Underwriters of Concord, N. H., smaller, but near home and all rignt. The Fidelity and Casualty of N.Y. The largest Accident and Fidelity Co. in the United States. Lloyds Plate Glass Co. of New Jersey, &c. &c. I can give you any kind of Insurance, a9 good and cheap as any other agent. No order too large. No order too small. Flease give me a trial. .' . .' .' Chas. S. Hastings, OVER POST OFFICE. T HOSE neat Lorgnette Watch Chains you see the ladies days are bought, most always, from us because our stock is so complete. H. A. BELKNAP. A FULL LINE OF LEGAL BLANKS All of the - - - - BARGAINS mentioned below are as and good as RIBBON 5, 8, 10, 15, 19 and 23 cents quality and the finest selection of this season for 65c, per yard. 1000 yards Fancy Eibbons, bought to retail at 39c, now 25c. yd. LADIES' 700 pairs Ladies' Ribbed Top, loo. a pair, ie .. 700 pairs Ladies' Fine Fleeced Hose, 10c, a pair. 25 dozen Ladies' Extra Fine Fleeced Hose, 25c. a pair. If in need of Hose get a look at these lots, 50 dozen Children's Ribbed, Seamless, Fleeced Hose, 2 prs.for 25o. They are warm and will outwear We to a Carload of Ladies', WINTER UNDERWEAR. See our Ladies' 50o, Jersey Vests and Pants at 39c. each, Come in and look over the You can do it some evenine and earn another dav's nav. Some neonl .... v get moderately well-to-do by working their head in the outlay of their hard earnings, ' Our Large Stock of Ladies' and Children's Outside Garments will give your good judgment a ohance to exercise and we will have no 1 it in i se.ious apprenension n you win give us a chance to compare values, We offer LADIES' FUR JACKETS AND OAPES in all of the best popular Furs and take orders It is a good time to buy Linens and will hold the old price as long muBX do nigner, We are making special prioes rnms ai so, a yara, ana iuuu ids. weigm; wonn izao. LODGEE BROS. & SfflYTHE. i - TOR JWl WHO OWN MACE . J ll V R.J. Bennett, West Concord. Hardwick Hardware Co., Hardwick. Gile & Churchill, Morrisville. Mulliken & Davis, Wells River. wearing nowa AT THIS OFFICE. rare as comets wheat at 50c. a bushel. BARGAINS. apiece, IM yds. each, The best of colors. Some of them have sold HOSE. Seamless, Heavily Fleeced Hose, two pairs of 25o. woolen hose, Gents', Misses and Children's broken lots and save a dollar or two y. . r--e for any shape or quality desired. and Cottons. We give good notice as the stock lasts, then the prioe for a few days on 1 case good Dark uouon .Batting at 10c a pound (ful Commissioners' Notice. WILLIAM M. ROBBIN8' ESTATE. the Honorable Probate Court for the dlatrl. r n.1.J,ln AnonnilaalntiaM amine, and adjust all claims and demands i Robblns, late of St. Johnsbury In said district deceased, and the term of six month from the 21st day of October, 1899, beini allowed by aald court to the creditors o matii I i url n PThlhlt nnH n.nv. . 1. i spectlve claima before us : Give notice that .... ...Ill .HnH tn h- rinln nf - . w v . - - . . "i appuin&. ment at the dwelling house of Mr. Mary A Robblns in tit. Johnsbury, in said district, on the 22nd day of November. 1899, and the 14th day of March, 1900, next, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, on each ol said days. blob M. Bacon. Hbnkv C. Powbki, Commissioners. October 31st, A. D. 1899. Commissioners' Notice. HERBERT O. CUSHMAN'S ESTATE. The subscriber, having been appointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the District of Caledonia, Commissioners to receive, ex amine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Herbert O Cushmau, late of Waterford In said district' deceased, and the term of six months troni the 19th day of October, 1899, being al. lowed by said Court to the creditors of said deceased, to exhibit and prove their respec tive claims before us: Give notice that we will attend to the duties of our appoint ment at the residence of Prank W. Brown in Waterford in said District, on the 17th day of November, 1899, and the 21st day of April. 1900. next, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, on each of said days. .FRANK W. BROWN, C. L. Hbminway, C ommissioners. October 25th, A. D. 1899. Presentation of Account. LEONARD G. WHEATON'S ESTATE. Statb op Vbrmont, Caledonia District. .. In Probate Court, held at the orobate nfli. in St. Johnsbury, in said district, on the 27th day or uctoDer a. u. iddu. Crawford Ranney, Administrator, -with Will annexed, upon the Estate of Leonard G. Wheaton, late of St. Johnsbury, In said Dis. trict, deceased, presents his administration account for examination and allowance, and makes app icatlon for decree of distribution and partition of the estateof said deceased. Whereupon, it is ordered by said court, that said account and said application be referred to a session thereof, to be held at the Probate office in said St. Johnsbury, on the 17th dav of November, A. D. 1899, for hearing and decision thereon: And itls fur ther ordered that notice hereof be given to all persons Interested, ny punncntlon ol the same three weeks successively in the Caledonian, a newspaper published at St. Johnsbury, previ. ous to said time appointed for hearing, that they may appear at said time and place, and show cause, if any they may have, why said account should not be alio wed and such decree made. By the Court. Attest: WALTER P. SMITH, Judge. License to Sell Real Estate. WILLIAM HENDERSON'S ESTATE Statb of Vermont. Caledonia District. . In Probate Court, held at St. lohnsburv. on the 31t day of October A. D. 1809. George P. Blair, Executor of the lunt will and tcKtament of William Hendernon late of Peacham in aald district, deceased, makrs application to aaid Court for license to sell the whole of the real estate of said deceased, consisting of i'OO acres of land, more or less with buildings thereon, tituatd in Peacham aforesaid. Representing to said Court that a sale of the whole is necessary for the payment of the legacies of said deceased, debts and expenses ol Administration ana mat it would be bene ficial to the Heirs legatics. devisees and all persons interested in the Keal Estate of said deceased ns aforesaid, and convert the same into money : and also bring into Court the consent and approbation in writing to the granting of such licence, ol all the heirs lega tees and devisees 01 saia bstate residing in this State. Whereupon it is ordered by said Court that said application come under consider ateon and be heard on the 1 8thda v ol Novem ber A. D. 1899. at the Probate ("lllice in St. Johnsbury ; and, it is further ordered, that all persons interested ne notineu nercol, ty publication of notice of this application anil order thereon, three weeks successively in the Caledonian, a newspaper printed at St. Johnsbury, belore said time of hearing, that thev may appear at snin time and place, and if they see cause, object thereto. By tne court. Attest: WALTER P. bMITIl. Judge. Presentation of Account. LUTHER IIRADLEVS ESTATE. Statb of Vkrmont. Caledonia District, ss. In Probate Court, held at the probate office In St. Johnsbury, In said district, on the i!0th day of Oct. A. I), ln9. Delos M. Bacon. Administrator upon the estate of Luther Bradley, late of St. Johns bury. in said HIM net, teccaced, presents nis administration account for examination and allowance, and makes application for decree of distribution and partition of the estate of said deceased. Whereupon.it is ordered by said court that said account and said application be reierreo to a session tnereot, to be ncio at the probate office in said St. Johnsburv, on the 11th day of November, A. D. 1899, for henrini; and decision thereon. And it is further ordered that notice hereof be given to nil persons interested, by publication of the same three weeks successively in the Caledonian, a newspaper published at St. Johnsbury previous to said time appointed for hearing, that they may appear at said time and place, and show cause, If any they may have, whv said account should not be allowed and such decree made. By the Court. Attest : WALTER P. SMITH, Judge. Commissioners' Notice. THOMAS MARTIN'S ESTATE. The subscribers having been appointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the Dis trict ol Caledonia, Commissioners to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all persons aguinst the estate of Thomas Martin, late of Harnet, in snid dis. trict deceased, and the term of six months from the 14th day of October, 1899, beingallow ed by snid Court to the creditors of said de ceased, to exhibit and prove their respective claims before us: Give notice that we will attend to the duties of our appointment at the late dwelling house of Thomas Martin in Mclndoes Falls, in said district, on the 1 1th day ol November, 1899, and the 13th day of April, 1900. next, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, on each of said davs A. D MASON, W. II. GILCHRIST. Commissioners. Mclndoes Falls. Vt., Oct. 20. A. D. 1899. 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