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NEWS AND CITIZEN, MARCH 4, 1914
5 JOHNSON We are some on town.meeting. Little Margaret Peaks Is ill from grip. Mrs. Robert Rojoe visited in EJpn last week. Mr. and Mrs. Uri Chaffee visited In Hardwick last week. ' Charles Riddle was a business visitor in Burlington last week. Remember the Grange meeting ThuiT day night and try and be there. Mr. and Mm. C. N. Farrington passed two days in Burliugtou last week. lifrs. Emma Tracy of St. Albans is vis iting her sister, Mrs, D. 13. Smalley. Leonard Pearl is working in the Riddle Bros, store while Mr. Ilolmes is away. The attendance at the Congregational Sunday' School was 82, collection 2 57. ' Mr. and Mrs. II. V. E.nery vixited Mr. Emery's father at Eden Mills last week. Ruth Stiles and E.y Cunningham have recovered from the mumps aud aie bick in bcIioo'. Mr. and Mrs. Carmi Rush ford have gone to housekeeping in RodneyFoater's tenement. Miss Maigaret Sinon is at Mrs. II. VV. ' Peck's attending telephone while Mrs feck is away, Mrs. Chester Saunders visited her mother, Mrs. Jack Wyles, in Hyde Park last Thursday. . E. E. Bilch had the misfortune to drop au. anvil on his foot one day last week, hurting it quite badly. Mrs. Emma Ilinas and son, Liwrence were in East Cambridge Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Leaoh. Mrs. Charlotte McFarland of Morris- ville is pssing some days at the home of her son, O. A. McFarland. Mrs. W. Boyce has returned to Saranac, N. Y., after spending some time with her mother, Mrs. Iloldridge. Herchal Richard, Ralph Clark, Frank Sanborn, Howard Mudgett and Kenneth Driscoll are sick from mumps. Mr. and Mrs. C. Armstrong aud two children of Euosburg Falls are visiting the former's lather, T. A. Armstrong, Deaconess Moff it of Elmore spoke at the Methodist church last Sjuday. She was entertained at Mrs. Millard Grey's The CoBtume reading, which was held last Thursday night, was heartily appre ciated by all aud showed a great deal of talent. "Rebecca's Triumph," which was pre. gented by the' Philathea class of the M. E. church Friday evening, was a great suc cess in every way. Woid has been received here that Mrs. J. R. Hill, who is spending the winter in Antrem, N. H., has been quite ill. She is some better at this writing. The fifth and last number of the John son Entertainment Course will take place tonight. This number will probably be the best number of the course. Special revival meetings are still being held at the Pentecostal Church of the Nazarene Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday nights at 7:30. Welcome to all. The last of the four special meetings of the Ways and Menus Society will be held Tuesday, March 10th, with Mrs. Emma Laporte. All womeu of the parish and their friends invited. Town meeting began at 10 o'clock a. m. 'with something doing all the. time until 6 o'clock p. m. aud had only got to the seventh article, while there were 22 arti cles to dispose of. They adj mined and met again this morning at 10 o'clock ana finished up the business. Johnson Moderator, O H. Wilson; .Clerk and Treasurer, C. X. Farrington; School Director for 3 years, V. A. Ober; Lister for 3 years, E. M. Davis; Select man for 3 yeais, P. J. Hodkins; Town Grand Juror, K. II. Sherwin; 1st. Con stable, E. E. Holmes; 2nd. Constable, J. D. Odell; voted thai the selectmen appoint, the road commissioner; voted $1.75 on the dollar for general purposes and .25 for the indebtedness of the town ; lDrary Trustee tor 0 years, Mrs. iiattie Pearl. Ithiel Fallst Arthur Thompson is visiting relatives In Canada. Mrs. Leroy Scribuer, wbi has been ill from grip, is much better. Arthur West recently had a valuable horse killed on the mountain. Mrs. Alvin Alexander has been ill for the past two weeks from grip. Mrs. H. G. Courser, who Lave been ill the past week, is able to sit up. Frank Heath has moved from Sto'we to his farm in this place. Joseph Deforge, the former occupant, of the farm, has gone to Hinsburg. Ober Hill Miss Flossie Mannicg is doing bouse work for Mrs. D. H. Gray in Hyde Park. Homer Manning visited over Sunday at the home of his uncle, Charlie Manning, in Hyde Park. Glen Keeler and Hobart Manning have gone to the diggings to draw logs with A. W. Lanpher's team. . Mrs. Alice Ilnyford and sons visited the formers neice, Mrs. Harry Larose, at Camp Joslyn the past week. Mr. ad Mrs. Dick Smith who are in the employ of T. A. Richardson expect to leave soon for Chicago, much to- the re gret of their friends. About thirty attended tbe social dause held at tbe hospitable borne of Mr. and Mr. T. A. Richardson Monday night, tripping tbe lighn fantastic until the early morning hours. Refreshments of sandwitches cake and coffee were served, and a fine time was enj yed by all. , AfosoIutelyPure ROYAL llie most celebrated o! all the baking powders in the world celebrated for its great leavening strength and purity. It makes your cakes, biscuit, bread, etc., healthful, it insures you against alum and all forms of adulteration that go with the low priced brands. STOWE Mrs. William Wills is ill. A. n. R yce of Johnson, was a visitor here Tuesday. A. A. Pike transacted business in Hyde Park Saturday. II. A. Sparks has been quite poorly for a week or two past. E. C. Mills and family are in town from Essex Junction for a few days. Dr. Rutter of St. Johnsbury was in town Mond'y and Tuesday. Cbas. Gale of the University of Ver is at home for a week or two. Mrs. Maud Heath aud son went to their new home In Johnson Sunday. Miss Mary Moody went to New Ilaveu, Conn., for a visit with friends, last week. Mrs. Betsey Slayton of Waterbury is vistciug her daughter, Mrs. F. E. Stafford. Wayne, the little son of Mr. aud Mrs Claude'Chaffee, is recovering from bron chitis. Asa Oakes has returned from More- town and is employed as book-keeper by H. E. Shaw. Mrs. Dora Barnes returned to Water bury Center Saturday after visiting Mrs. Gracia Tomlinson. Owing to the lack of lights Saturday night the Stowe Montpelier basket ball game was cancelled. Frank Buker has moved to the C. C. Robinson farm, which he will carry on for its new owner, C. L. McMahon. A Union service will be held at tbe Unity church Sunday1 evening, with a sermon by the pastor,, Rev. F. T. Crane. Robert Hill and Miss Helen Chapin were married at the Congregational par. sonage Monday evening by Rev. Liraell Davis. Mrs. Minnie Tinkham And granddaugh ter, Caroline Pike returned Tuesday from a two mouths .visit ' with Massachusetts relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Camp of Morris- ville were in Stowe Friday to see Mr. Camp's uncle, George H. Watts, at FI. B. Faunce's. Mr. Watts is failing. H. G. Canning, who is recovering from severe injuries received from a fall of 60 feet down a ledge while working ia the woods in Nebraska, is able to be out. The English Opera Singers will give the last entertainment in the High School Course, Friday evening This is called tbe best of the course and should draw a good attendance. A mass meeting will be held at the Congregational church Sunday morning in the interest of a campaign for the use of tbe bible in the public schools. The meeting will be addressed by W. H. Jeffrey. Misses Barbara and Marjorie Burt, who had planned to leave for Florida, Tues day, were compelled to postpone their trip on account of the serious illness of the party, with whom they were to go. Miss Grace Blgelow, who has spent a week at her home in Stowe, left Satur day to visit her brother, Edwin L. Bige low in Bellows Falls ou her way to Spring field, Mass., where she is a teacher in tbe Springfield high school of commerce. H. W. Burnham has moved to the Stafford bouse on Pleasant street. The rooiLS in the depot block, vacated by Mr. Burnham, have been leased by the nearly organized Mans' club, which will make many alterations and improvements be fore occupying them. A. A. Pike is a firm believer in necess ity of dehorning cattle since a playful flip of the old family cow's head Tues esy morning nearly cost him the sight of n eye. The tip of tbe horn entered the cheek just below the right eye and his escape was a narrow one. A broken bolt in the shaft of the wa'er- wheel at the Morrisville Electric Liht and Power plant, which supplies power fur the Mt. Mansfield Electric railroad from Stowe to Waterbury and for the electric lights in Stowe, put tbe railroad out of commission Friday and Saturday and electric lights were also shut r(T Mails and passengers were transported by teams. Tbe railroad service was re sumed Tuesday. Ira Fuller has sold his farm, formerly known as the Watts place on Shaw hil near Moscow to C.' L. McMahon. Mr. Mc.VIahou basin consideration the erec tion of a summer; hotel ou the farm, which is admirably adapted to such a purpo8e,.commanding as it does an uu- excelled view of Mt. Mansfield aud the i Green inounlaiu range on the west and the Worcester aud Hog Back mountains on the east. Plans would include tbe ruuning of another road from the farm to the east, joining the liiver road to Waterbury near the Holmes place, owned by A. J. Bojce, aud the developing of the private road from the hill to the West Branch road via the C. C. Robinson place on the west. The audi tori um(of the Akeley Memorial building was filled Thursday evening when the musical comedy, "The Captain of Plymouth," was given under the au spices ot stowe iiigu actiooi. rrincipa R. G. Reynolds has beeu in charge of the production and skilful and patient train ing was manifest; in every detail. The part of Miles Staudish was taken by Donald M. McMahon, John Alden by II. B. Burnham, Elder Brewster by F.tE. Stafford. Prisciila by Mrs. H. W. Barrows, Others in the cast were Harold C. MoMa- hou, C. A. Riley, John Uosmar, Winfred Heath, Ellen Forbes, Cornell Riley, Mrs, T. A. Douglass, the Misses Martha Wright, Ruth McMahon, Mildred Sleeper, Ruby Collins, Theiss Oakes, Catherine Smalley. There were 30 people in the chorus. The musical numners were ac companied by the Peerless orchestra, led by G. A. Burnham, with Miss Marjorie Gates of Morrisville at the organ. The performance was repeated to another large house Friday evening. Stowe Moderator, A. R. Straw; Clerk, Alice Raymond; Treasurer, Alice Ray raoud; Selectman, M, C. Lovejoy; Over seer, Frank Strong; School Director, A. C. Oakes; Constable, R. C. Russell; Koad Commissioner, W. W. Ayers; Listers for three years, C. A. Simmons, Lisier for one year in place ot E. R. Cobb resigned, T. C. Wright. A total tax of 200 cents on a dollar of the grand list was voted and ofii iers were instructed not to exceed tiie amount allotted them; $25. voted for Memorial day. Selectmen authorized to establish the line between Stowe aud Worcester. Pucker Street W. L. Wright was in thfs place ove Sunday. Henry Buckman wasa Ciller at Manuel Bailey's Sunday. N. G. Stygles was a business, visitor in Hyde Park last week. Edward Harris is working for Mrs. Parsojs a few days helping saw wood. McOarty tbe real estate man of Water bury was a caller in this place Siturday. Col. Wheeler of No. Hyde Park visited his friends and relatives a couple of days last week. Miss Grace and Harry Russ visited their aunt Mrs. Minnie Smalley over ounaay in Morrisville. I (Jen Mrs. John Rogers is seriously ill. Sam Miller was a visitorin town Thurs day. Mrs. Dodge is caring for Mrs. E. B Stone. Miss Gladys Shufelt is home from Cadys Falls. Ruth Blake is visiting ber sister, Mrs. Myra Gould, at Elmore. Abby McGookin was called home to care for ber mother, who is iil. A trained nurse has been called to care for Col. Joseph Scott, who is ill at his home at Eden Mill. Dr. Scott of Johnson was called to at tend a sick horse at Edd Carpenter's and an injured horse at W. J. Atwell's. There was a large attendance at tbe play Friday evening; each part being well takes. The music furnished between the acts by Dorothy Collins and that by Mr. Bennett for the prom were much enjoyed. There were parties present from Lowell and North Hyde Park. Ei.mork Town Clerk, H. G. Hntchlns; Treasurer, Mrs. Nellie Hall; Selectmen, II. E. Hall for 2 yean and W. 8. Silloway for 1 year; School Director, E. D. Phelps; Road Com niissioner, W. Ward; Overseer, E. S. Waid; Tax, f 1.85. The man who halted on third base to congratulate himself lost the chance to make a home run. LAMOILLE COUNTY'S VOTE YES NO BELVIDERE Preferential Primary 12 6 Direct Primary 20 5 State House Ref. 4 19 EDEN ' ' Preferential Primary 7 00 Direct Primary 44 00 State House Ref. 10 39 ELMORE Preferential Primary 7 00 Direct Primary 14 00 State House Ref. 3 40 CAMBRIDGE Preferential Primary 42 35 Direct Primary 71 12 State House Ref. 24 76 HYDE PARK Preferential Primary 17 9 Direct Primary 100 8 State House Ref. 58 149 JOHNSON Preierential Primary 18 10 Direct Primary 73 . 13 htate Mouse Ref 30 71 MORRISTOWN Preferential Primary 62 57 Direct Primary 213 47 State House Ref. 96 190 STOWE Preferential Primary 16 25 Direct Primary 66 7 State House Ref. 40 110 Preferential Primary 7 7 Direct Primary 26 5 State House Ref 20 40 WOLCOTT Preierential Primary 8 4 Direct Primary .". 61 2 State House Ref........ 17 80 The total of the above is for Prefer ential Primary 191, against it, 153; Diiect Primary 088, no 09589 majority. For State Huse 302, against it 811512 majority. WOLCOTT Fred Brill is driving Sohn French's te im. Miss Alzina Kusie is home from Mor- risville. Clara Davis was home from Johnson over Sunday. Roy Lafluer of Albany is working on the new dam. F. O. Lee passed Sunday at his home in Burlington. D. Lapalme and wife were in Morris ville Thursday, j Mrs. Henry Brown Is 111, suffering from heart trouble. Owen Douglass has returned home from New York. Mrs. S. A. Fife is convalescing from her recent illness. Flossie Hall is in Hardwick, working fur Mrs, Sam Norris. Irving Youngman Is in Hardwick, working for C. O. Morse. Miss Phoebe Luther of Burlington, is visiting her parents here. Httiny Taylor has had bis house wired and is now enjoying electricity. Rev. W. B. Dukesbire of St. Albans was in town the first of the week. Thelma Arhuckle is passing the week with relatives in St. Johnsbury. U. M. Martin spent several days the pant week with relatives in Burlington. Bertrand and Carrie Hubbell are home from Peoples Academy for their vacation. Mrs. E. C. Judd, Elsie Perkins . and Dorothy Foster were in Hardwick Fri day. ! Mrs. N. G. Wood of Hyde Park was a guest of her sister, Mrs. S. A. Fife last Thursday. ' ; , Eleanor Perkins is visiting her aunt Mrs. C. W. Humphrey, in St. Johnsbury tLU week. Charles Wood is now domiciled on tbe farm, which be recently purchased of Alvaro Darling, C. S. Lanpher is getting out the lumber for a new barn, which he purposes to ertct the coming summer. Ortnai Hubbard has concluded his en garment with C. O. Morse in Hardwick and ,g visltiDg frlends in town Steve Pocock has moved his family f from the I. J. Lindsey tenement to tbe house vacated by C M. Wood, Alvara Darling moved tbe past week to the O. J. Putnam house, which he pur chased of Mrs. C. B. Stearns. Ed Houghton moved his family today from the File tenement to the L J. Lind sey rooms, vacated by Stevo Pocock. Wm. Grant, who has been passing the winter here at tbe home of his son, Fred, loft for Lincoln tbe latt of tbe week. C. U.S. Cleveland and wife returned home Monday from Brownington, where they passed several days with friends. Warren Pike and wife of Boston are guests at C. W. Twits'. Mr. Pike is em ployed by tbe Washburn Crosby Flour Co. of Boston. Mrs. Clarence Webster and son, How ard, who bave been recent guests at W. O. Darin' , returned to their home in Lyn donville Friday. John Amidou of North Hyde Park has been engaged by Mesdames Cogswell aod Mudgett to look after tbeir farm work. He succeeds George Jewett, wbo has gone to his home in Hyde Park. Mrs. Agnes Reinville, who was reported iil from Bnght's disease in the last issue of this prer died Sunday morninf. The deceased is survived bv two sons, Herbert and Moses, of Montreal, and one daugh- ter, Lena, who resided here with her, a i Just Arrived Embroidered voile patterns, verv daintv desigtjs, containing ample material for gown at $2.59 and $2.89. Also embroidered Swiss Muslins in patterns at $2.25 and $2. 3a each. All the Spring Butterick Fashion Books are now in. Better buv the Delineator. It is a great number, EDDY & MACTJTCHAN, Stowe sister in Canada and her brother, L. Val ley, of this town. The remains' were taken to Montreal Monday for interment- Wolcott Moderator, H. C. Reed; Clerk, M, J. Leach; Listers. W. W. Spaulding, A. L Harlow, H. L. Hinds; Selectmen, C. II. S. Cleveland, A. L. Bruce, J. N. Colgrove; Road Commis sioner, J. E. Wheeler; Aridity's, Walter Sabin, Vern Darling, Henry Parker; Cemetery Commissioner, C. M. Wood; Town Treasurer, li. M. Hubbell; Town Agpnt, C. A. Reed; Overseer, B. W. Guyer; Constable, W. W. Spaulding; Tax, $1.75. Cady's Falls Mrs. Carroll Mudgett has returned from Burlington. Mif-s Dorothea Scaver has returned from her visit in Stowe. Geo. Town and wife from S'owe visited at E. K. Seaver's recently. Mrs. Jesse Gilmore was a visitor at N. E. Cobleigh's last Saturday. Miss Mina Sceley from Cambridge was a recent visitor at Chas. Miner's. Sylvester Wood and wife visited at Henry Terrill's in Uyde Park Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Town and daughter, Lilah, were visitors at A. II. Calkins' Saturday Mrs. Blanche Blake and frieud from Morrisville were guests at Elbiidge Wor- deu's Sunday. Garfield Road Miss Lottie Gibbs is visiting relatives I in Stowe.' Harry Stowell visited relatives ioStouve over Sunday. Mrs. Henry Stowell is confined to the house by illness. C. W. Jones and wife visited relatives in Wolcott first of the week. Charles Graves of Wolcott was a recent business visitor in this place. Miss Grace Leclair expects to go to Stowe this week, where she will work for Mrs. Lewis Harlow. Waterville . Miss Sallie Child suffered a severe shock Sunday. , Martin Willey was in Morrisville two days last week. Mrs. Edith Morgan was in Burlington several days last week. Joseph Chayer has taken and moved onto Paul Bigford's farm. Pearl Tobin has gone to Montpelier, where be expects employment. Mrs. W. P. Smilie is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. L. C. Tillotson, in Morrisville. George Hill has moved to town, but not onto Mrs. Westcot's farm, as was men tioned last week. Mrs. Edgar Maynard recently spent two. days with ber daughter, Mrs. Dan Mor gan, at Cambridge. Mr. aud Mrs. Ed Culver of Richford and Dr. and Mrs. Scott of Johnson were called to town Monday by the illness of their aunt, Miss Sallie Child. Garfield - Lyman Darling of Canaan was a recent guest of his brothers in this place. Dan Russell of Morrisville is gathering cream in this locality in place of Mr. Bedoir who is ill. Berton Davis and wife of Morrisville were recent guests at the home of Ernest Butteifield and family. Almon Harris of Albany is spending a few weeks at the home of his grand parents, E. O. Combs and wife. Mrs. Melissa Davis, wbo has been act ing as housekeeper for Alvin St. Frances sor the past year.has gone to her home in Waterbury. Religious Services will be held at the fchool house Sunday, AHrch 8. A. 11. McMillan of N. Y. and A, L. Huntly will assist in tbe services.' All aie iuvited. Jeffersonville ' 1 Mrs. Washburn is p issing the weak in Randolph. Miss Sydney Claik, f Oik land, is vis- ting in town. Walter Culver and family passed Sun day in Bakersfield. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Do . of Stowe, were recent guests at Hotel Aia.tndy. John Tracy has muvd to tbe farm re cently purchased of U. .V Nye. Morgan's orchestra bat been engaged to furnish music for the jand fair March 4-6. Miss Maggie Smith, of Walden, has been tbe guest of ber niece, Mrs. R. J. Pond recently. At tbe village meeting held Thursday evening a committee appointed to see about the fire prottotivn. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Edwards and Mrs. H. N. Sinclair visited Mr. and Mrs. Owen McCuin, of Highgate, recently. Charles Wayland Stewart, 71 years old, for many years a re dent of Brattleboro who died i'ecenii , enlisted as a drummer boy in the bixie- Yermont regiment at TowDshend and served during the nine months term of service 01 tuat regimeuL East Cambridge Dan Comings of Johnson is sawing wood for G. E. Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard of Jeffersonville vitiited at II. E. Rice's Sunday. Day Rugg has lot. the upper sugar place to Harry Buruor for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Parady of John son were callers at G. E. Sheldon's Fri day. . . The Rev. C D. Pierce of Craftsbury spent Wednesday night and Thursday at Carl Manchester's. Mrs. E. R. Vincent who has been visit ing her grand-daughter, Mrs. H. E. Rice has gone to Johnson. Death of Mrs. Noel Leach , This comoiuuity was very much shock ed aud saddened by the sudden death last Wednesday of Mrs. Leach after a short illness. Although she had been in poor health, she was able to do her work for the greater part of the time and was not considered in a serious condition. Mrs. Leach was taken ill Sunday night but was able to sit up for a few minutes Tuesday mondng. Just as the doctor wasleavingaboutd o'clock Tuesday night she was takeu suddenly wore and on re turning to her bedi-ide, it was thought best to call another phjsician. She fail ed gradually aud the end cams soon after four o'clock Wednesday morning. Lena Grilly was born at Walla Lake, Mich., in May 1875. She married Noel Leach and to them were born four child ren, Leona who is buried in Oklahoma, Nettie, Mildred and Hildred who with the husband are leit to mourn her loss. She also leaves a father, B. E. Grilly of Park City, Ala., a sisfer, Mrs. Edith Buuuell of Kalamazoo, Mich, two broth ers, Ralph of Grant, Mich., and Bert whose whereabouts are unknown. Funeral services were held at the home Rev. H. E. Harned officiating, R. W. Swiftof the undertaking rooms in charge. Those from out of towu to attend the funeral were Mrs. Edith Bunnell of Kal amazoo, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Alvah George of St.. Albaos, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cook and Miss Grace Cook of Burling ton, William Leach of Providence, R. I., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Irish of Westford, Oliver Carpenter and Miss Glee.Carpen- ter of Fletcher aud Mrs. Emmer Hinds and sou of Johnson. ner loss will be deeply felt by all who knew her and the sympathy of the entire coinmuuity is extended to the bereaved ones. Card of Thanks We desire to ex press our sincere thanks and appreciation for the many acs of kindness in the loss of our loved wife and mother, especially to those 'who helped, the singers and those who broucht flower. Mel C. Lkack, Nettie, Mildkkd and Hildred Leach. CAMPBELL Fits you for Specks aud Eye glasses. All Optical Repairing don quickly. Estate of Robert P. Putnam State of Vermont District of Lamoille, ss. The Honorable Probate Couit for the District of Lamoille. To all ptrsonS interested in the Estate of Robert P. Putnam, late of Hyde Park, in said District, deceased, Greeting : At a Probate Court, holden at Hyde Park, with in and for said District, on the 2nd day of March, 1914, an instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Robert P. Putnam, late of Hyde Park, in said District, deceased, was presented to the Court aforesaid for Probate. And it is ordered by said Court that the 23d day of March, 1914, at the Probate Office, m said Hyde Park, be assigned for proving said in. strument ; and that notice thereof be given to all persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the News and Citizen, a newspaper circulating in that vicinity, in said Dis trict, previous to the time appointed. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear be fore said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, and contest the probate 01 said Will, if you have cause. Given under my hand at Hyde Park, in said District, this 2d day of March, 1914. 22 EDWIN C. WHITE. Judge. BANKRUPT'S PETITION FOR DISCHARGE In the matter of W. M. HILL, Bankrupt. 1 Bankruptcy. To the Honorable fame L. Martin, Judge of the District Court of the United States for the Dis trict of Vermont : W. M. HILL, of Morristown, in the County of Lamoille and State of Vermont, ia said distriet, respectfully represents that on the 10th day of De cember, last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under the Acts of Congress relating to bankruptcy ; that he has duly surrendered all his property and rights of property, and has fully complied with all the requirements of said Acts and of the orders of the Court touching his bankruptcy. Whereiore he prays that he be decreed by the Court to have a full discharge from all debts provable against his estate under said Bankrupt Acts, except such debts as are excepted by law from such discharge. Dated this 30th day of January A. D. 1914. W. M. HILL, Bankrupt Notice of Hearing Vpon Bankrupt's Petition For Discharge. United States District Court for the District of Vermont : . W. M. HtLL, Bankrupt DISCHARGE. Notice is hereby given that the above named Bankrupt has filed his petition, ot which the fore going is a copy, praying for his discharge from all his debts in Bankruptcy, and that all creditors and other persons objecting to such discharge may at tend befrre the undersigned Referee, at his office in Hyde Park, in said District, on the 4th day of April, inti. at 10 o'clock A.M., and then and there preent their objections, if any, to such dis charge with their proofs thereon. Dated at Hyde Park, in said District, this 2nd day of Marh. A. D. 1014 FRED H. McFARLAXD, Referee.