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NEWS AND CITIZEN, FEBRUARY 25, 1914
JOHNSON Will Cunningham of St. Albans visited In town over Sunday. Frank Heath is moving from Stowe on to his farm in Johnson. The mission study will begin to night at Miss Charity Baker's. Mrs. Harold Bishop of Hard wick visit ed C. L Bishop last Wednesday. Mrs. Horace Warner wont to Mary Fletcher Hospital Monday morning. There will be communion service next Sunday at the Congregational church. Mrs. H. W. Peck has gone to North nero to visit her daughter, Mrs. Allen Dodds. District Deputy Hollis and wife of Morrisville visited the Grange laBt Thurs day night. 1 The social tea which was to have been held Mai cl 5ch has been postponed in definitely. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holbrook. of Hyde Park passed Sunday at Cuarles Holbrook's. Clark Dodge and bis mother have re turned from Enosburg Falls, where they have been for several weeks. The Methodist ladies will serve the town meeting dinner March 3rd in the G. A. R. hali, at 20 cts. a plate. Rbw.j I. Mellou from St. Albans Bay preached at the Methodist Church Sun day. He was entertained atProf. Stona's. The attendance at the Methodist Sun day School was 70, collection $1.70; Con gregational attendance 92, collection $1.00. A business meeting of the Methodist Aid Society is called after the Wednes day evening prayer meeting, at which time officers will be elected. Harry W. Rowe, who spoke in the Cong'l church last Fiiday eveuing on Christian Endeavor work, was very in i ,teresting and instructive. We still have mumps in our midst Howard and Clara Hill, Frankie Sargent, Annie Hutchins, Adriu Darling aud Don ald Mears are amoug the latest victims of the disease. Revival meetings at the Pentecostal Church of the Nazviene. Meetings this week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights. Old time , religion. Miss Custance and Miss Allen, will speak and sing on Thursday and Friday nig'tf. Remember the meeting of the Oread Club Thursday eveuing; leaders, Mrs. Hazen and Miss Elmer. It is to be a costume reading-Pyramos and Thisbe, portions of "A Midsummer Nights Dream." Members may bring their lady friends. At the meeting of the Ways and Means Sooiety, which was held 'last Tuesday, the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. W. II. Leslie; Vice-President. Mrs. II. M. MaxQeld; Seoretary,and Treasurer, Mrs. J. D. Odell; Directresses, Mrs. U. M. Maxfield, Mrs. Morris Hill, Mrs. W. Waters, Mrs. L. Hutchins, Mrs. W. H.Stearns; Collector, Mrs. C. P. Jones; Assistant' Collector, Miss Laura Fields; Housekeeping Committee, Mrs. Herbert Scott, Mrs. Deforest Collins and Mis. Pearly Mudijett; Literary Commit tee, Mrs. C. F. Hay ford, Mrs. F. W. Hazen, Mrs. L. P. Holcomb. The fifth and last number of the John son Entertainment Course will take place Wednesday evening, Mar. 4, in Normal hall and will consist of the presentation of Blackmore's "Lorna Doone" as a pic ture play. The play will be presented by Albeit Armstrong, the well-known traveller, impersonator and lecturer. A set of 200 lantern pictures will be used in presenting the play, the pictures being made in Devonshire, England, the scene of the story. This number will be both entertaining and educational and probab ly the best number of the course. Tick ets on sale at Jones' at 25 cents.' Johnson Grange' At the regular meeting of Johnson Grange, Feb. 19, the ladies degree team worked the 3rd and 4th degrees in a yery acceptable manuer. The harvest feast was a real feast and showed the ability ot the new table committee. A short pro gram was rendered. Next meeting Mar. 5 with the follow ing program: Singing, Grange; Read ing, Mrs. Hill; Question, How can the farm and home be improved under the present condition of scarcity of help? M. S. Hill, P. J. Hodgkins, N. A. Water man; Music, Mrs. Woodard and Mrs. J. Woodard; Recitation, Laura Field; Music Dr. Peaks. Question What industry upon the farm is the greatest mortgage lifter? W. F. Waters, Q. J. Munn, Mr. Shavenaugh; Music, instrumental; Essay Mrs. Maggie Waterman; Singing, Grange. Normal School Notes Dr. Peaks bas been ill for several days from a severe attack of tocsilitis. Mrs. G. Foss spent Monday in Johnson as a guest of her daughter, Addie. Miss Helen McCutn is at ber home in Cambridge, stiicken with the mumps. Miss Daley of Lancaster, N. H., and Miss Katberine O'Dowd of Stratford spent Sunday as guests of Miss Susie O'Dowd at the Dormitory. There will be school at both the Nor mal and Graded schools next Monday, but no school at either place on Tuesday, which is Town Meeting day. The Delphian Society was treated to a presentation of sever?! scenes from a "School for Scandal," ably presented by Misses Rand and Stearns. Tbey then pro ceded to elect officers for the remainder of the year, Mis Etta Waters being elec -ed president. Plans are under way for a banquet-forhe members, to be held next wees. A tun given later. account of this will be STOWE Harold Magoon was In Waterbury Fri bay. C. A. Gile of Morrisville was in town Monday. A dance was held at Joe Busbey's Fii" day night. Miss Ruth McCuen is ill from ap pendicitis. E. J. Hall was a visitor In Montpelier Weduesday. George liassett is visiting bis sister in Keene, N. H. Mrs. Lula Dunbar was a recent visitor in Burlington. N. B. Johnson is visiting his parents in Richmond for a few days'.,. Asa Oakes was at home from More town a portion of last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Culver of Hyde Park spent Monday in town. R. O. Wrisley returned Thursday from a business trip to Craftsbury. Eugene Lafountain of Sheldon Springs visited Stowe friends recently. Piof. Wesley Douglass of Vergennes was a visitor in Stowe Saturday. The Demeritt farm at Moscow has'been sold to Mr. Wright of Waterbury. Gordau, the little son of Mr. and Mrs, Justin Robinson, is quite ill from diphtheria. Mrs. Beth Loree of Superior, Wis., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Flora Cush man. Lovi Lawrence has moved into G. M. Tow ne's tenement and will work for Mr. Towue. Mr. and Mrs. George Bassett will move to M. O. Lovejoy's West Branch farm March 1. v ' 1 Barley Holden of Manchester was called here last week by the Bickuess of his father. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Kaiser of Montpelier have been spending a few days with Stowe relatives. Mrs. L. D. Parker of Burlington visited her daughter, Miss Bernice Parker, of Stowe nigh School recently. The Rev. and Mrs. F. T. Crane were entertained Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Scribner. i Miss Grace Dewey, who went Saturday to Jersey City, arrived at ber destination, the train being 14 hours late. Mr. aud Mrs. S. M. Boardman of Wi noosui are visiting Mrs. Boardraan's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Chapin, at Mos cow. t Miss Marjorle Wat's was in Waterbury Friday. Her mother, Mrs. C. M. Watts, who has been gaining, was not as well Friday. Miss Isabel Smith was in Burlington the first of the week, attending the'Kake Walk' at theUniverBity of Vermont Mon day evening. Miss Jennie Salmon and Miss Belle Shattuck of Bellows Falls visited Mrs. Agnes Jenney Saturday and Sunday, re turning Sunday. The last basket ball game of the sea son is scheduled for Saturday night, when the champion Montpelier High School team appears. Miss Natalie French, who was taken ill at school Thursday, was taken Fiiday to Wiuooski for treatment for appendicitis at the Fanny Allen hospital. The musical comedy, "The Captain of Plymouth," will be given at the Akeley Memorial building February 20 and 27 at 8: p. m., for the benefit of Stowe bigb school. March will see the big cut of logs of the C. E. aud F. O. Burt Lumber Co. practically all in the yard. It is estima ted to be in excess of two and a half mil lien feet. Misses Hazel and Amy Adams visited their mother at the Fanny Allen hospital over Sunday. It is thought that Mrs. Adams will be able to return home in about a week. The C. C. Robinson farm, stock, etc., on the West Branch, which was adver tised to bi sold at auction Saturday, bas been sold to C. L. McMahon for $5000, for everything. Miss Grace Bigelow of the Springfield High School of Commerce came Satur day to pass a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Bigelow, at the Ledges. Natalie French suffered an acute at tack of appendicitis last Thureday and was takyn to the Fanny Allen hospital Friday for an operation. She is making a good recovery. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Garrow, who have spent several weeks with Mrs. Garrow's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Aldrich, have gone to Essex Center,-where tbey will carry on a large farm. Miss Minnie Ayers of Woodsville, N. H., and Sherdie Allen or Maidstone have been guests several days the past week at the home of Miss Ayers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ayer. Herman Caning, who has been lumber ing for C. E. and F. O. Burt io Nebraska, is in a serious condition as the result of a fall over a ledge, Saturday. It is feared tbat he is injured internally, The regular meeting of the Stowe Civic club will be held at the Akeley Memorial building this evening, witkyan address by Dr. W. N. Roberts of Ludlow on "An Optimistic View of the Future." The ladies are invited. There will be no banquet. The advance sale of seats for the "Cap tain of Plymouth," which comes Thurs day and Fiiday evenings of this week, has been very large, Thursday night , being neaily all sold out. This opera, to be given for the benefit of Stowe High School, promises to bo the best enter tainment given here in years. Tiie orchestra and male quartette of Monti, elier Seminary will give an enter tainment in the auditorium at Stowe Sat. urday evening, Feoruary 28 ai8:00 p. m. Miss Anna Mao Guldwin, instructor in vocal music, will be the soloist and Miss Marguerite Ray Albertson, director of the seminary department of expression, will be the reader. A farmers' meeting at the high school building last evening under the auspices of the high school agricultural depart ment was addressed by Professor Jenks of the University of Vermont, who spoke upon boys' and girls' club work; and R. II. Deuil, instructor lu the University extension . service, who spoke upon 'Dairy Herd Management." There will be a series of union services held in the churches for the consecutive Sunday evenings, begiuuing witu last Sun day night in the Congregational Church. Each pastor will preach from his own pulpit. It is desired that the three choii s unite to lead us in the singing. The Rev. Lemuel Davis preached the first of the series on "The Perfect Will of God." Leon Warren of Brownsville recently brought to the village in some frozen snow the tracks of a wild animal that has been prowling about that neighbor hood and is supposed to be a wild cat or I panther. But no one could indeutify the animal Dy the tracks. me tracks ot one forefoot and the two hind feet were invari ably in a straight line, with that of the other forefoot six inches to one side. Frank D. Burker and Miss Dora E, Cleveland, both of Stowe, were married by the Rev. R. W. Collins at Mr. Collius's home in Moscow Wednesday evening. Mis. "Burker has been a successful teacli r in Stowe since she was graduated from Stowe high school in 1911. Mr. Burker is employed by the C. E. & F. 0. Burt Company. Mr. an 1 Mrs. Burker will not go to housekeeping at present as Mrs. Burker is eating for Mrs. A. II. S'ayton. WOLCOTT Mrs. S. A. Fife is ill. Eli Fisk wasiu Morrisville Monday. Dr. Cooper was in Burlingtou Saturday. John Ryan was in Morrisville Sunday. W. L. Kichardsou was in Morrisville Saturday. . ' F. O. Lee spent Sunday with his wife in Burlington. Motion picture show at tbe town hall all the week. C. E. Haskell was a visitor in Burling ton over Sunday. Will McDonald was in Greensboro the first of the week. L. C. Udall arrived home from Boston the last of the week. Leona Perkins was home from Morris ville over Sunday. Agnes Hodgdon spent Sunday at bar home in Hard wick. Miss Mary Hubbell was home fr in Johnson over Sunday. Albert Hodgdon of Hard wick is work ing for J. N. Colgrove. Horace Woodmansee and wife of Crafts- bury were in town Sunday. A. II. Perkins and daughter, Anna, were in Morrisville Saturday. R. G. McDonald ond wife spent Sun day with friends in Woodsville. H. A. Parker and wife attended the R. F. I), meeting in Johnson Monday. Archie Fisher is in Hard wick working on the section for A. W. Ricbaidson. Archie Richardson goes to Hardwick this week, where he has employment. mirt uuutiarci Das concluded bis en gagement as teamster with John Freoch Miss Maud Trombley of Morrisville was a visitor at James Jones' Wednesday Mrs. Newell Ellsworth and son, Julius, passed Sunday with relatives in St, Johnsbury. . John Amidon has concluded his labors at C. E. Haskell's and gone to his home in Hyde Park. C. B. Stearns and wife of Fairfax were in town the last of the week, the guests of relatives. Miss Carrie Poor, who has been visit ing in Hardwick, returned home the first of the week. ' Ruth Davis, who bas been visiting ber sister in Stowe, returned home the last of the week. Hubert Keinville of Montreal is in town, called here by tbe serious illness of bis mother. Mrs. Agnes Reinville is confined to her bed at the home of her brother, L. Val ley, from Bright's disease. Mrs. Geoige Houghton and children of Hardwick were the guests of relatives in town tbe last of the week. Ed Kilgarlen of Hardwick has been as sisting F. J. Warren and C. J. Lanpher Id getting up their wood piles. . Wesley Murdock of Middlebury and Sadie Williams of Burlington were guests at Dr. Cooper's over Sunday. George Jewett has returned" from bis sojourn in ujde ram ana is now man oi affairs at Cogswell's and Mudgett's. Mrs. Charles Wilkins went Friday to the Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington for ab operatijn for appendicitis. C. M. Wood comes out with a fine pair of bay horses, purchased the past week in Moirisville of Smith & Tillotson. Tbe many friends of W. G. McDonald will learn with regret tbat be has sole! his interest in the blacksmith shop to his brother, Robert, and with his family expects soon to leave town. Mrs. B. R. Kusio was In Jeffersonville several days the past week, called there by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Fred McNally. ' Mils Emma Ryan, who has been the re cent guest of her sister, Mrs. James Jones, left for her home in Ellenburg, N.,Y., Wednesday. North Wolcott Esther Udall is deoidedly better. Eruest Andrews is on tiie sick list. Mis. Nancy Laraway is iu poor health. Hairy (Silloway has been on the sick list. Agustus McArthur is visiting at A. G. Bruce'fi. Walter Loomis has returned home from Boston. The oyster supper at D. W. Flanders' was well attended. The proceeds of the evening were $22.50. A.'L. Bruce had a telephone installed in his house last week. Mrs, Chas Wilkins went to the hospital for treatment last week. Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. A. Withers visited at J. P. Wheeler's recently. Emily Allen and Kenneth Churchill have tiie whooping cough. Renfrew Gallagher was a business visitor in the place Thursday. Charles Robbiris and wife are visiting his sister, Mrs. J. M. Learned. A. F.. Woodmansee was a business visitor in Morrisville recently. Mrs. Hattie Wilson and Miss Lucy Whipple were visitors in tbe place recent- !y- Mrs. W. O. Divis aud Mrs. E. C Judd visited Mrs. A. E. Woodmansee one day last week. Miss Beecher is caring for little Esther Udill, who is convalesing from her re-! cent illness. J. E. Wheeler and Mrs. Frances Strat tou were united in marriage by the Kev. Mr. Euieiy, Feb. 18th. Eden Mrs. N. B. Mower returned home from Lyndonville Monday night. Harold Parkhurst visited his grand parents in Johnson Sunday. B. B. Blake visited his mother at North Hyde Park Saturday p. m., it being her 71st birthday. Remember to attend the play at Eden Hall Fiiday evening. There is to be a prom after the play. Miss Abbie MeGookin, who is working for Mrs. Harrison Dodge at Morrisville, spent Sunday at home. Every voter is expected to attend Town Meeting regardless of work or weather. The ladies wilt serve dinner as usual. Roger Blake has returned from Frank lin, Mass., where, he has been attending Pounder's Day celebration at Dean Academy. Waterville Foster Dow, of Stowe was in town last week. George Hill bas taken Mrs. Mary West cot's farm. Mrs. Nancy Tracy was at home from Richford last week. A. M. Brown, called on friends in Stowe last week. Dan Baker has moved to Fairfield, where he has work. Byron Lyon spent several days with his family last week. ' Victor Langdell and Harley Hair were in Burlington on Saturday. Rev. G. L. Story occupied the pulpit at the Union Church on Sunday. Homer Stearns spent several days with friends in Bakersfield last week. Mrs. Eugene Wills is at Belfidere car ing for her son's wife, Mrs. Ralph Wells Miss Can ie Potter of Belvidere spent several days with friends in town last week. Mrs. Cynthia Thayer is spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. Horace Euins. Mrs. John Lumbra is spending tbe week with her daughter, Mrs. Victor r.Ani'dell. Mrs. Mable LangdeU, who bas been teacoing on the Island, Is at home for a , few weeks. I Harvey Chase of Windsor was the guest at Charles , Bragg' s over Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Westover spent the past week with friends in St. Albans and Richford. Curt Wilson returned from Richford on Saturday where he bas been employed for several months. Joseph Patterson of Fairfield is visit ing his sisters, Mrs. E. D. Leach and Mrs. Will Montgomery. Harvey and Claud Bennett of Fairfield spent the past weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R Bennett. John Hunter died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. James Sbattuck, on tbe 17th at tbe age of t7 years. Mra. Harris Beard and daughter, Miss Luella, spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. R. Powers, at Johnson. Mrs. Fred Holmes of Essex, who has been caring for her mother at E. H. Bailey's for a few weeks, has returned to her home. ' Rev. Mr. C. D. Pierce will deliver his great lecture on the "Wilds ol Canada North West" at the town hall Wednes day evening. The Ladies' Aid Society will serve din ner at tbe M.E.parsonage on town meet ing day. Call in and get a swell dinner for half price. Sarah Foster died after an illness of several days caused by a shock, o the 20th at tbe home of her daughter, Mrs L. C. Tierce, aged 88 yeais. JSi flic Edison Disc Hi U Phonograph IS NOT A TALKING MACHINE The public has decided that question. The public has decided that it is a musical .instrument. A famons musician says it is the "greatest musical instrument in the world." It was not by accident that Mr. Edisou discovered the secret of re cording and reproducing the overtones or tone colors of music. It is this discovery which makes the Edison Disc Phonograph a musical instrur tnent and distinguishes it from talking machines. To accomplish this result, Mr. Edison has spent an amount of money which would stagger any manufacturer. He has spent years of his time, and his time is ad mitted to be more valuable than that of an v other man in oursuit of the ideals which are realized iu the Edison Disc Phouograph. We want you to come in and hear this wonderful instrument. Hear Ouiseppe Anselmi Alessanrlro Botici Jacques Urlus Luctezia Bori Garmru Melis Maris Labia Eleonora De Cisneros Marguerite Sylva A very creditable lit ol renouned artists. Nine Machines to Select From $60.00 to $450.00 Home Furnishers MORRISVILLE, . . . . Just Arrived Embroidered voile patterns, verv d;iintv designs, containing ample material lor gown at $2.5lJ and S2.89. Also emVoMered Swiss Muslins in patterns at $2.25 and $2. 3'J each. AH the Spring Butterick Fashion Books are now in. Better buy the Delineator. It is a great number. EDDY & MACUTCHAN, Stowe Mrs. Lavina E. Olmstead, aged 79 years, died at her home in Wolcott. Feb. 3rd, 1914, of pneumonia. Funeral servies were conducted at her late home Thursday afternoon Feb. 5. Rev. II. II. White of Hardwick officiating. The deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs.S.N. Hubbell of Danville, and Wilma DeFaria of" this town; also four grandchildren. Carroll B. Hubbell of Fair Haven, Conn., Mrs. Olga O. Gomes of Greensboro, and Olif E. and. Otto Glen DeFaria of this place; and three great- grand-children, Wendell Archie and Laura Alberta Hubbell of Conn., and Delbert B. Gomes of Greens boro. Desrest mother thou ba3i left me, Here thy loss I deeply feel. But tis' heaven that hath bereft me, He cn all my sorrows heal." -ALBERT A. Teachers' Examinations Will be held at Hvde Park and Johnson, March 5 and 6. 1914. H. P.. CROSBY, Supt. CAMPBELL I Fits you for Specks aud Eye Inla.cKc All Onrirnl Renninno-done 1 . ' . 1 quickly. Estate of Sarah Fpster State of Vermont District of Lan-.oille, ss. The Honorable Probate Co irt for the District of Lamoille. To all persons iiiteteited in the Estate of Sarah Foster, late ff Waterville, in said District, de ceased, Greeting: At a Probate Court, holden at Hvde Park, with in and for said District, on the tjrd day of Febru ary, 1914, an instrument purporting to be the la e WILL and TKSTAMEN 1 ofSaiah Foster, late of Waterville in taid DtMiict, deceased, wii pre sented to the Court aforesaid for J'r .bate. And it is ordered by said Court that the 16th day of March, 1914, at the Probate Ofhce. in said Hyde f ark, De assigned rr proving iu instrument, and that notice thereo! be given 10 ah persons con cerned by publishing thi order three weeks suc cessively is the Nkwsam. Citizen, a newspaper circulating in that vicinitv, i i said District, previ ous to the time appointed. Therefore, you are herein u i-ihed 10 appear be fore said Court, at the tmi nd place aforesaid, and contest the probata 01 i Vi:l. if you have cause. , Given under my hand a I vie Park, in said District, this ttrd day of Fcbnmy, 1914. 11 EDWIN C k KITE. udge. Estate of Silas Foster KOTICB OF SKTTl.KMItNT State of Vermont Dlstrlei .m Lamoille, ss. Ii Probate Court. hld at Hydf l,nrk hi ! Tiis triet. on the 23rd day of Febrtitr . A. I. 1914 Heber A. Jackson, Administrator with will annexed of the -tt ot Silts Foster lafe of Watervdi", It said j dis Irct, deceased, presents Ills ailminlnra tlon aooonnt for fismlnatM.n and allowance, and makei application for a -rce of distribu tion and partition of the ei r of said deceased Whereupon, it ! or e et by s tld Court that said account and said app'icatmn 1 referred Msmi sion thereof to be hold a ih Prolxte Office in sid Hvde Park, on the imiiday of Marcel, A. D. 1814 for bearing and decision thereon; And, It Is further wltHl. mat notice hereof be given to all r-rwns Interested bv pub lieatton of the san t'Tfe weeks successively In the News aud . iti.k". newspaper puhlUlieil at Morrisville a d ' I'ark. previous to said time appoint! r"r " "' th?y may aw pear at said ten an : -ii'ie, and show rauc, H anv thev ms Iisvh. viiy said account tlfmul not be allowed and ili decree made. Hy thu Court. Alt t. 21 tJVVli C. WHIT 4, Judge. VERMONT Order of Publication STATE OF VERIOIT. LAMOILLE COlI, 88. ARBA A. PIKE vs. J. D. SHERMAN, ARTHUR C. DERM ITT & ELIZABETH DERMIT1 To the Court of Chancery in said County : Whereas, Arbn A. J'ike of Stow in the county ol Lamoille, in the Stateof Vermont, has this day filed in the office of trie Clerk pf the Court of Chancery, fur said county, his petition for foreclosure against J. 1). Sherman . f Stowe, in the county ot Lamoille and Ar thur C. Dermitt and Elizabeth Dermitt, his wif of Engli-ditown, in the state of New Ji-rsey. setting forth In substance : That J. U. Sherman of Stowe in the county of Lamoille, on the 8th dav of February. A D. ldOU. was iustlv indebted to C. N. French in the sum of i eighty nine and fifty-lour one hundre :th dol- V- i Hi an iar. r cuini 111 unc promissory note ue Dair tiaven, scntc(i as ,c)1iOW!). Said n t is d it-d Febru ary 8. 19Uil, for the sum of eight -true and filtv-four en-hundredth dollars, siglnd by tie siid J. D. Sherman ena payable with in tcest annually on or bciore one jenr from date to' C. N. French or bearer. And in order to secure the payment of said note according to its tenor the said J. U. Sherman, on the 8th day ol February, A. D. 1002. in consideration of ninety dollars by mortgage deed of that dat- by him duly exe cuted, auk now edged and recorded, did convey to the said C. N. French the foil wing de scribt d land in Stowe in the county of La modle and s:ate of Vermont, viz : Heing about five a re ol' land with build ing, t heron und be ng alt and the ame land and premises conve ed to the said J. I. Sner man tiy the said C. N. French by hi- deed of wtriahty dated February 8th, 10.:. to whicn eed reference may be hd Said mort psr being given to secure the purchase money Upon condition that if the said noteshould be paid "-cording to it tenor, then said deed to be void, otherwise i f torce. Your petitioner further shows th' t on the fenth day of Sent., A. I. 19U.H, said note and mortg -ge were duly transfened and as signe I to your petitioner by the said C. N. Frenci aud that your petitioner is now and has been in?e said date the le-tal holder and owner ol said note an i mortgage i Your petitioner further shows that petition-r tnrthe-show s that he Is informed end believes that Arthur C. Der mitt and Ul'zabe'h Dermitt, his wile, of En-jjlishto-n. New jersey, claim some interest in said prtini es by reason of a murtpnjie 1 deed taken by them on said premUes, snbsc quent to ths mortage ai.ove described. ! They nre therefore maue parties defendant hereto. Your petitioner further shows that he has paid the taxes on said ' premises since 1911 und that said described note is due and unpaid. Therefore, tour orator prays that the said di fan lants be decieed to pay t. the Clerk of thi C urt, for the benefit of the orator, the sums due, nd to prow due on said note and taxes above described with interest and costs, by a short dsv 10 1 e fixed by the Court, and in default thereof that the di fendsnts and all Jirrsons claiming by. from or under them be orever foreclosed ol all equity ot redemption in the premises ns proidcd by law, ami that a writ of subpoena be f? ranted to your orator directed to .1. M. Sherman, Arthur C. Dermitt and Elisabeth Dsrmitt commanding them to ap ear brfo e the Court of Chancery, to held at Hvde Park in t-e c iunt f Lamoille. Ssid petition beinu sinned by A. A. Hike, petitioner, and R W. Hulhnrd. solicitor, and P. D. Pike reciRniie t the defendants fir costs In the sum of filty dollars as provided by law. ' And it having been made to appear that when the loreuoing action was commenced, the efendants Artnur C. Dermitt and hbzi beth Dermitt named in the within precept, were, und now are without this state. J that process cannot be served tipos tnem, it is hereby ordered that the snid defendants be noif! of tne pendemy f said acti n, and eiven opportunity 10 mak' dtlence therein, bv cansins: the substance of said petition tor for-closure and this order to be published three weeks snccesivelv in the News and Citizen, a newspaper printed at Hyne Park and Morrisville in said connty. tbe last pub lication to be not less than twtnty days be fore April 2nd. 11 Whrenpon. the said Arthur C Dermitt and Elizabeth Dermitt are or lered to appear bc iore the Court of Chancery within and for the County of Lamoille and make answer in the premises as provided by law and the Tiitca of the said Court of Chancery, in the premises. And the sxid Arthur C. Dermitt and Eliza beth Dermitt are further required to cause their amrearance in said cause, in peison or bv attorn y. tr be entered with the clerk ol said Court of Chancery, on or before 2 days Irom February i, 191, the date of said peiiti n. tiiverv unaer my nana at nynr ran, in said Countv. thi"21st dav of l eiimarv. A. tl. lyl. SMITH B. W aITB. C.rrk .1 the C' urt of Chancery of Lamoille , County. R. W. HL'L BI RD, Solicitor.