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BUSINESS IS BULLY! $ Newport City aimdl Hearts oyo'Sy j? ... F. E. HUMPHREY, Local Correspondent . . . A Special Page Devoted to News and Advertisements of the Towns and Villages in Northeastern Vermont. Leave News Items, Advertisements and Subscriptions at Humphrey's Store, Newport NEWPORT LOCALS i A. H. Cobleigh was in Montpelier I last week to attend a meeting of the Marion and Dorothy Hamilton of i District Highway Commissioner., White River Junction arc visiting at where Mr. Cobleigh received the ap Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hamilton's for a pointmcnt of District Highway corn few day.-:. missioner for one year. Dana Hancock who has been in The meeting of the Orleans County Boston attending the auto show re- Road Commissioners will bo held at turned home Sunday morning. Newport, Tuesday, April l-". David Camp is at home from Dart- The lady employes of the B. F. mouth College for a week's vacation. Moore & Co. Clothing Mfgs., had the Sam Davis is working at the At- spring sugar fever last week, and new lantic and Pacific store during his va- su111" lhl.,v m,ust haV0' bUt, whe,": patiun was coming from no one knew, but ' , . after holding a consultation meeting, Merton LaFountain is acting as I wfts the unaninlous dccision that currier at the post ofhco through lu SeIah Dalcy was thc only man on the vacation. t,at cou,j fcmt out a sugar Mrs. Louis Busky i ; r. i,!,;ted as be-' ,u;;h that was large enough to ing quite sick. sweeten up this bunch of girls. Selah Mrs. J. F. Eu.elic !;!.T and Mrs. spent nearly all of the week trying Bessie Baldwin of liai-.o i were visit- j to locate such a place and on Satur ors in the cily Monday. day reported that he was ready to Mr. and :.:.. .'.Ahur Buswoll and duughL. ... . ..r.on were in the citv Monday F. D. Burns, F. E. Woodruff, New port Bakery and True and iilanchard Co., all have advertising space in to day's paper. J. It. Aiken of the (inn of True and Iilanchard said they .sold a $100 Brunswick on Saturday last, the rale being made from the ad that appear ed in this paper. Read what they have to say today. Tonight will he Ladies' Night at the Y. M. I. C. All members and their ladies are invited to attend. A Splendid entertainment ha.; been pro vided for the occasion. Mrs. W. I'. Neal is confined to the house by illness. .Dorothy and Viva Roller of Bar- ton came to Newport Monday foi short stay. Hayden Griggs, son of Mr. and; Mrs. Stewart Griggs, has received his discharge and arrived home from I Camp Dix Friday. George Shepard of Richford spent thc week-end in our cily visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Caron who have been spending the winter with j their daughter, Mrs. Charlie Rowley, gree at their regular meeting, Tucs will ro to North Anson, Maine, Wed- i (lay evening. itesflay to spend thes ur.m.er with Seajles and Co of our cily arc Mr. Carson's brother. taking large space in this paper, ad- Hcnry Cushman returned from ; vertising their Sonora talking ma Boston Monday night. j chines. They realize the splendid op- B. Ii. Smith has on display in the nortunitv of brincintr this machine Economy market window several in teresting relics of the war that were sent to him by his brother, Henry Smith, who has seen nine months ser vice in France. Among thc list arc ' found a German captains's cap, Ger man aeroplane cap, French one . pound shell, German machine gun belt, cigar and ash tray, and two German helmets. Newport Has a Prophet We would like to have all of thc Newport peoplo who received the Evening Caledonian Monday night, read the article on the front pagt. about Lieut. Col. Arnold and note what the class prophet had to say about Lieut. Col. Arnold when ho graduated at St. Johnsbury Academy in lsuu. ine class propnei wno Orleans was m the citj i ndaye. tn "wrote those words was Supt. Ernest j jug. A. Hamilton of our city. i,. o. Drew who has been in New- paper to advertise those sales in j York and Boston for the past ten Friday's paper. The result was that j (iays selecting goods for his spring the two food sales sold out in short j anI .summer business, returned home order, with many disappointed ones j Thursday morning. because they coum not una anytning ; to buy, and the St. Mink's did the same splendid business as on other days. Keep it up. Marshall and Roy Hardy and Harris Hamilton spent Saturday in Shei- . i ii'ookc M,.-A I. KHnn.. v!cifr,l hr.,- cnn. ' Arthur Hardy, at Highwater, Que., i UL. 1...1 ... C tnr.l. l. " " Top Sergeant William Bond, who '" V i ' V . V Z. v . I 1 son, Raymond, went Saturday to their has seen ten months' service in i ?'f b( tu. 1, Zt ' fa,m South Cabot to help through France, has received his discharge ; ' " '"lyer who has been in ri and arrived in Newport Saturday ; ;os " 1,,"ess' 'clu,-nc'' homc Mrs. Ernest Bliss returned Satur morning. , Z ,r n m , J day from Mary Fletcher hospital, The 8th grade of the East school, ! Mr. and Mrs D It. Icn-mott , iJul.ii,1R.tonf whei-e she wont foi- sui Miss Campbell, teacher, visited the i l1:'0'1 through Newpor! - Wed i Kicul treatment three weeks ago. Mr. 'plant of the National Wrapping Com- i mKht way lrom Mw.trcal to- Biss wcnt ,,own t() accompay her pany, Thursday afternoon. ; their home in Boston. Mr. Mr.)..-, homc Mrs. Benware of Clyde street, has ' UxUoncd at New Bedford. Miss rhillis Wcbstcr is home from been confined to the house by illness. c,"ttr MatIonal1 fon-' her work teaching school at North Mr. King of Hill street is slowly ! K" "f onm, N I., are stop- .Montptliel, recovering from a long hard illness, j l 1 cn Ionns helping care for; Tfc . b community birth Albert Gagnc of West Main street '0 children while Mrs. Doran .n , d , , t th Conir,4ationilI died Friday afternoon, March 21 of , inlluenza and heart disease, lie leaves a wife and two children. Charlie Hill of Glen Road has ic turned home from service. E. M. Hunt and B. II. Smith re turned from their trip to Boston Sat urday morning. , . . - gh went to Eos-j visit her sister,. Miss Leota Coblei ton Friday night to Laura, who is at Mount Ida Semin ary. Harrv Jcnno, Sam Davis and Mer ton LaFountain arrived home from Middlebury College Saturday morn-j in". for the Easter vacation. , Mr, ..;..,) mn, i.in i. Saturday mftrning, Paul Hannctt of Northfield Falls J?nn Cnrr, the latter part of ck. A. T. Rogers was .it homo over Sunday. I conduct the party to one of those! Ilaccs whereby he had made, ! "nil' arrangements to fill his part ol . tne contract. in maKing tnese ar-; iiiun i rangements the two important tea - lures that he kept in mind were qual- itv and (iuantity; the matter of the distance they were to travel never was once considered. Thev started out follow ing the C. P. railroad and never worried about the danger of walking on thc track as the crowd that went would stop any train; we don't mean by looks, but by size. After going two and one-half miles they arrived ill 1ln Kiiri-jir n:iiYm nf Kiin-enr. Dyvvpi': ' n .' whon llin stni terl hnmeivm-d. Now i 'every one knows the feeling one has after eating from one to two pounds! 0r hot maple sugar and this party Was no exception, and to walk two j and one-half miles home seemed a long wav. but thev went at it. and ar- rived back in Newport without one fallinir out bv the wavside. and a fine time was reported. Evening Star Lodge, No. "7, I. O. O. F., will confer thc initiatory de before the public, by advertising in this paper that is being placed in so many homes in our city. Watch for their ads which will appear often. Does it pay for our churches to advertise in the papers? Years pastj they tried to avoid having sales on tne same uay so inai iney couiu nave a good sale. Last week three of our churches arranged to have food sales on Saturday. The Methodist and Congregational had food sales, while t.. ot nir..i.i i i uiu 1U.U11, n nrtvu ucci L-uimuuiuiK a lea Koom tor several Saturdays. Each church bought space in this The Newport Bakery, Fred E. Woodruff and True and Blanchard arc new advertisers in this paper to day. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Brooks' of Htm.y n clal.,. of Somoiville, M v.,8 :l business caller in the cily this week. A. II. G: out was in Montpelier on business this week. Mrs. F. C. Blanchard went to Noilh HailiptOIl '.Oclliy to vi.dt h :! , u.grtei Chi istine, who will return I.:..., wu :n l .. ..1 i- the hospital at Montreal. , r. . " ' .i. m I This Friday evening the Morning ' Star Lodge Rebekahs, No. 2 will I confer iV,c Rebekah degree on two i candidate:'.. A largo attendance is I desired. I Mrs. Charles Taylor returned to her home at Bcccher Falls, Thursday on the Arthur Geer farm, where thev : nel vt" "l "vu :, "ls ',lr cu'' a,.lul found both quality and quantity, and 1 su,nner everyone enjoyed a social time the small price that they paid for thc ! 01 Bamc; The P' os amounted sugar eaten was money well spent, Xe,v ... , , , for they were a sweet looking bunch!, Mildred Berry, Viola Legare, Chai- after spending a few days visiting" y?'s!linK her sister, Mrs. WD. fi..( nds jn hc ci Ban-, for a few days, went Saturday ; wpnt gt; to their home in South Vernon, Johnsbury today, foi a week's visit j with her mother. ! Private Arthur Morin, son of Mr. ! .. .1 .... iii i : i : "I"' ""'T" , T "' !'-. ... I nevens lor a snori luriougn. nff.. 1 n .. r a A .. .. : aim ns. .j. j. rtuoui are in Boston for the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Cornish, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Phillips, and Mr. -...! o . uri.:. n . 7 u r Viv j r " ited at M. E. W dhs cdnesday. ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER Leo Eastman is so much improved in health as to be able to sit up nearly all day. Homer Rice is moving his family from St. Johnsbury to the Eugene Haliett farm. George Shorey visited his sister, Miss Mary Shorey in St. Johnsbury over the week-end. Mitchel Chorn, who has recently re turned from overseas is visiting at Solon Walter's. ?Irs. F. Crcpcault, who underwent an operation the first of last week is gaining slowly. Mr. ami Mrs. u auer aawycr, miss Folsom, Mrs. Ezra Learned and Mrs. Dean Hall were business visitors in .ioMosuu y oaiuruny. i nere win ne an entertainment giv - en by the school children in Fire man's Hall on Wednesday evenin Admission ten cents . . . Ernest Nichol t fu4 p t i w" vjimun. Mrs. Lizzie Genrous from Hard- . , . .... ... , . ,, . , ic iriifinn h'lnnrl In tine rtnn i 7" Vu ' ' ; inu mu.m i.iiucivu. oui.it.-i.jr ui j: i i i- a a. t i wM.h..t...... v.., j )Ui v c?n,tcr he,' ve,vv successful ! b?x, soc.lal " the vest'-y last Thursday nignt, Marcn i nere was a pro- gram the first of the evening which consisted of war tableaus, songs, piano solos, and readings. After this the boxes were auctioned off. Many of these were very attractive and all went for good prices. Coffee was i i ..t , . '" ouie.s, j ions .jonnson ana r lor cnce uoss. ;llK0 nanes nougnton, Walter Gallagher and Ernest Lc- clclc attended the prize speaking at st- Johnsbury Friday evening. There will be a whist party given by the Green Mountain grange at, l,nc"- "a"' 1-1'y evening March z. I Everybody come and enjoy yourself for thc small sum of ten cents, Two prizes will bo awarded Mrs. James Learmouth was called to Canada on i hursaay by the lllnes.-! of her father. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rcmick visited at Glenn Hemingway's in Waterford Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Massey of St. Johnsbury were business visitors in this place Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Massey have moved from Mrs. Parks' tenement in to Mrs. Miner's house on Summer street. They have the tenement va cated by Mrs. Raymond Nutting, Mis. i. it. Miles visited her sister, TlffTT ..A ;ll ,t l Mrs McIIarg at Lydonville on Wed- nesdav. i)r.'T. It. Stiles who has been in Boston, returned home Friday, t)aVi , ifn.W r i?nw.. r iwi, ,., .t1 ... ; . v . J. 1'owcis' two or three days last week Mrs. Charles Bonnet visited her sis ter, Mrs. Frank Drew at St. Johns bury, Thursday. Thc infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett is very ill. Little Virginia Emery is much bet ter at the present writing. George Wheeler, who has been vis iting his son, Harry Wheeler return ed to his home in East Burke Wed nesday. CABOT There will be no Wednesday even- ..... v...t.o,.c.jr t.... , ing meeting at the Congregational church this week, but all are cordi-, ally invited to attend the Methodist meeting. ,..,.; r t, , ,. u .,,, ', schools in town are closed for a , lcachcra h avc ft.ono t tl ici r homes. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Houghton and church next Friday evening. Be sure to bring a saucer and spoon. Ladies are also requested to bring plain doughnuts. Children are especially in vited. Come and have a good time. Mrs. W. R. Howland and daugh ters, Esther and Irene, who havc Mass, II. L. Houghton of Marshfield Hill visited at W. D. Ban's. Friday. The Judith Lyford Woman's club will meet with Mrs. Cordelia Mack next Tuesday afternoon, Remember this is the week for thc j old clothes drive. Go thioucrh vour ' chests and closets and see if there is something you can give to the refu gees abroad. You can leave your par- K' - c - """ t,u t un icu fela anA PnrlMWM with Mrs. Will jjaiT , 8 Lyndon Center Pravor mcctinir Wednesday cvenimr;1 at mvs- r-. otnrop s, sewing at the home of Mrs. Marv Bradley, Thc Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Marv Bradley, Friday afternoon. It is hoped there Will be a good number present. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Turnbull Slton spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapman. Miss Margaret Roy spent the week end with her friend, Miss Ruth In - graham at I'assumpsic. A daughter, Vivian Faylcnc, to i Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson, born! ! March 4. Mrs. Mary E. Carter th f-,u- ,,,. M)N Bjon Humphrey Curkc spen( Wednesday of East with her ri.-ler, Mrs. D. W. Rivers. ; Nichols-Cowinz I Stephen D. Nichols, and Mrs. Ad die Cowing were married on the eve ' of March 2th, by Rev. J. W. Burgan. . , 7. . purs, crona Jiazcn, ni iiartioro,, rnnn j i 1 t.i n . .1. . jl 1. "iiss iviva raicn spent me ween-; e1( t icr ,,(,,(, tj ,ee nshoio. 11,0 grammar room nnisned tor me Eastei. vacation. Miss Trefren's1 room flnj3hwl Tuesday. ( j 1 WEST BURKE 1 Mrs. Lilla Buzzell, who has been suffering with dropsy for a long! time, passed away early Tuesday j morning. Thc funeral was held from her home Thursday afternoon and i burial was in the village cemetery, beside her husband years ago. She leav javes a daughter,: i Mrs. Thomas Lapean, a widowed sister, Mrs. Nellie Newman, and a , widowed mother, Mrs. Sarah Cham - berlin, besides a circle of friends and neighbors with whom she associated she was 4(1 years of age. , Little Evelyn Ball of BaiVo is vis - Ring here in the place for a week. j j EVANSVILLE Miss Vera I. Leland is sick with! the mumps, Mrs. L. A. Drown has returned nrnedj 2 ! home froln Newport where she been nuinsng. Louie Lmerson of Orleans spent Sunday with his father, L. b. bmcr - son. 1 H A TT n;i mi: ana mrs. j. n. ranes are visiting in West Burke for a few weeks. Mrs. Walter Norris and children of! Orleans spent the week end with friends in town. I Alice Randall has moved into the I house with her father, W. J, ' Moore. I STANNARD I 1). II. Smith has been at home for ...,u. ... . . uee uocnie nas rciurnea irom nis I fthm- n,i i ,,.n iv,. George L,elvllle- Mrs. Charles Bennett and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Blanche Smith and Mrs. Alice Taft of St. Johnsbury were guests Brown were visitors in Hardwick Fri-1 nt the home of R. J. Bennett, Satui-(,av- j dav. Manville Grant spent Thursday at J Miss Jessie Williams of St. Johns Charles Smith's. i Dul.y Center has been visiting her Rev. Mr. Shaw and Miss Mao spent , mother, Mrs. Minnie Willams. Thursday at John Velic's. j Miss Leota McKinistry has been a Elmer Shepherd has been quite ill m,PS(. nf Mis. Fred Snauldinc. j with kidney trouble. J Mrs. Jennie Smith and daughter,! ! Miss Helen, visited Mrs. Velie, Fri-j i fl'y;. , i j Dick Brown began work for Laban i Patch, Monday. i About GO attended tlin dnnce nt tVio 1 xtn... r Hrh' "' . . , IVi I " '"' i ters called on her Saturday evening : to remind her of another birthday. ; Ml', and Mrs. (Ulin T?ntrni'c! unrl , - claughtcrs attended the dance at Stannard Hall Tuesday evening. I F 1 X I ' niiiLLil 1..... Lu ... 1.L ..7.1. ii- 7 i T. ."-- -i-i r . 1 w. T '.,..?""s."e "uu ivir. and Mrs. Melvin Gray are! moving from the Will Hill house to thc Nelson Barr place. j Richard Robinson visited his moth-' er, Mrs. Mary Robinson, at Isaac i Piper's in Greensboro Bend, recently. Kathleen Bartlett visited Laura Dezan one day last week. Hazel Bartlett has returned home! to help her mother. j Plucc I ORLEANS i Miss Winnie Stannard is in Boston! for a week's vacation. I Harry Robinson who has been I overseas with a Canadian regiment! is at home with his family, havinc i enoivo1 hio .i;0i, : raiss iviyra Jiougiass and niece, Miss Florence Winget arc spending a few days in Montreal. Mrs. Oliver Harris, who has spent the winter with her sister, Mrs. Mary Ordney, has gone to her borne in Sut ton. Miss Marie Darling is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Mathers for a few days before going to her home in South Ryegate. The Old and Young Folks' f'oie given under the auspices of the "Home Guards'' on Thursday even ing was well attended and a most en joyable time was had. Music was by "The Harmony Orchestra" of C pieces I of this place. ! Miss Gertrude Darling of Newport I for the week. . ,? Tuesday evening ast Miss Elsie ""l01" entertained a large party of .. " " " , , ." 1 j'.mtiiiK turn iaiu jJiuyuiK cit 1:11- J joyed and refreshments of ice cream of ' ii nd enke wove served ; The body of George Bush of Som- j crville, Mass., a former resident, was j brought here on Wednesday morning 1 and sen-ices were held at the home of Mrs. Mary Ordway. Burial was ! llt. Brownington Center beside his w,,c wn "lea 0I,e vciu a- . ?e s survived by a daughter, Winifred. and son, Charles. ; the ladies of the Congregational I church was a nronounced success. i over 200 partaking of the supper and I $50 was cleared for the treasury of ; the church. 1VT I a e T illinvi T "1 rk- ta tctoaiirtr TVTiccj , pV!1 nilatIBft in ,,,. min store." J. u. uray is n ay is in iirigntiooK hospital at St. Johnsbury for medical treatment. CONCORD. The L. B. society of the Methodist Episcopal Church wil serve a Baked Bean supper in the vestry, Wednes day evening commencing at 5:.10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. George Langncr, of New Haven, Conn., are spending some time at the home of Mrs. Lang- ner's father, Joseph Boucher. . ..i 1 Mrs. irue monigomei-y ami mut. 01 MI- ana lk"-u- . MicU ah R Pm-Vai- nnH .. Miss Alice E. Parker and niece, Helen Parker spent Friday in St ' JonnsDury. : Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reed visited in St. Johnsbury Wednesday. Doris and Eleanor Morrison spent 1 Friday and Saturday with their : grandmother, Mrs. Katherine Morri- , son, in St. Johnsbury. ! Mr. and Mrs. George Langner and little son were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Euesis oi ivir. anu inrs. Midie Fournier at North Concord the first of the week, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Morton and ci!n 7'anilT i.?ra; Center, N.1 H., have been guests of;". , iW , i Mis. Morton's mother, Mrs. Mary 1 Chapman. Mrs. Lottie Parker visited in St, , . . johnsbury part of last week. i. h V. MilHmoro nf St. Johns- hll,v W!1S professional visitor in town Saturday, Rev. P. J. Maclnnis occupied the pulpit at Derby Line, Sunday. Mrs. Maclnnis visited friends in Newport. ! Leslie Mcrriam spent Saturday in . St. Johnsbury. .' Clayton Powers, of East St. Johns- ! bury visited Reginald Hodgdon over v, Wonif.pnH ' Mrs. llery rorrt and Mrs. Alice Richards were in St. Johnsbury Fii- finv. Miss Vel,a streeter, of Woodsville N. II., is at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Streeter for a short time. Mrs. I). J. Lunnie visited her u.-nthp,. rhnvlns Itannev at Danville. nrj j : ti i weunehuay, ictui nu..-,,. . Miss Elsie Dane, who has bee.at ! thc home ol her oroiner AiDen ji...n: f01. the past two months returned to 1 hcl. home in Lowell, Mass., Saturday. ...-ii! m..i.- i e :l.. U....A ' wuuam lunp una luinny nuvc in sum jiisirici, uettuacu, wun iic- oved f,0m the camp above E. K.lsentcd to the Cort aforesaid, for Pro- Richards' to Greensboro. ! bate. . . . i Ml- aml Mrs- Henl-y Stuart havc moved to St. Johnsbury. r.i,4 si,,,,, ,1 wif mn wnvkino- f nnl.0(, in Danville. Mrs. .T. A. Williams snent Friday in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Richard Fournier has moved to St. Johnsbury and placed her farm on sale. The school at the Castle is closed for the week. Miss Mabel True has been visiting Mrs. H. Woodburv for a few days. Advices from Washington to thc Home Service Committee state that the plan for conversion of war insur ance will be completed in about three weeks. Copies will then be sent to J surance, Mrs. Luva Ladd, Mrs. Lcne Sulli van and two children were guests of ( Mr. ana Mrs. inaries Morgan last week. Robins made their appearance in our village Friday. Visitors in St. Johnsbury the last nf the week were Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Maclnnes, Mrs. Nelson Burt, Mrs. Clara Burt, Hubbard Hastings, Ralph Bennett, Paul Lillirran. Miss. Marion Hastings, Mrs. H. B. Dowse. Mi's. H. B. Morrison, and Miss Eunice Mcrr iam. We certainly do like to see some men enjoy a cigar. SUTTON School in the Whipple district taught by Mrs. Flora Stevens, closed Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Watson spent - : the wepk-end with friends in Rnrtnn. ; , ,Mls. Lucv Holtham ha s sold her P,acc ln the village to Silas Gray ol Sheffield. Mrs. W. A. Densmore of Lyndon- ville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. j C. A. Aldrich. There was a large crowd at the : jance Friday evening and a good time reported. M T ft . , , cow. I Darwin Stanhope 1 Richford are visitin: and lady of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kincade. Rev. George Chambers from Guil ford, Me., will supply the pulpit March 22, and March 20. He comes as a candidate to the church here. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Richardson from the Northridge spent Sunday with Mrs. Sophia Watson. Mrs. F. R. Whipple and Henry Whipple spent Sunday with ?Jr.- Charley Drown at Lyndonville. Mrs. Ed Brown has returned from Woodsvillo where she has been caring for her sister, Mrs. Pcrley Jenness. A horse, said to be from McShane's ; stable at Lyndonville, was left stand- . ing out of doors in front of the store . Friday night until a late hour. 1 he j animal was shivering with the cob' ' ii.ImIa iVtn li.Jvni nvirlnnllv v:!S Pll- - - -- ,.,, . I,. ., y,,fin htter on-ed for i teams to lie a little hettci eaita 101 in thc future. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ! ESTATE OF LOIS A. AYER I The undersigned, having been ap j pointed by the Honorable Probate ' Court for the Distinct of Caledonia, , COMMISSIONERS, to receive, ex- . , ....... .... , amm?' a"u ,,UM l"e ' i- -i? ..ii .i, .. iiiiiiiiiK til uii ueiMuua uuaiii.-u iiiu t;.-- of,. f i a a,.-.. . f st "5 deceased, ' ami "JS Telaims In offS ' " """-: r win Hicei. iui me jiuijiunu uiuicani, - -- - - at the store of B. A. Farnham in the presented to the Court here, that the at T,.i,nv..,r Uni,i li.isamc instrument may be allowed in 7,, tJ:"i 1 Vu trict, on the .'id day ot April and the , 3d aV of September next, from one o'clock p. m., until four o'clock p. m., on each of said days, and that six! months from the Sd day of March, A. l aieaonm, aioresum, uK. )., 1919, is the time limited by said j a'lc to the statute in such cases made court for said creditors to present anJ provided: their claims to us for examination and And it is ordered by said Cort that allowance I the 22(1 ',ay of Malc1'. A. D., 1919, at Dated at St. Johnsbury this 4th 'the Probate Court office in St. ,1 nf Mnrnl.. A. D. 1919 r H MORR1I L CHAS. A. WHITNEY, Commissioners. K Mar 20 ESTATE OF MARY CLARK CRONIN STATE OF VERMONT, District Caledonia, ss. The Honorable Probate Court of for the District of Caledonia. To all persons interested in thc cs- tnto nf Mnrv Chirk Cronin. late of St. Johnsbury, in said district de- ceased. GREETING : j At a Probate Court, holden at St. ! T.k,i., ,ithin ni,l nic. ..u., ......... ..... tr.ct on the 4th day of March A. ). x:nv, an insirunieni purjioi ting iu uk the last Will and Testament of Mary Clark Cronin, late of St. Johnsbury ; :. l Ti: J 1 ...... And it is ordered by said Court that thc 22nd day of March A. D, 1919, at thc Probate Office in said St. Johnsbury, be assigned for prov ing said instrument; and that notice thereof bo given to all persons con cerned, by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Caledonian, a newspaper circulating in that vicini ity, in said District, previous to the tme appointed. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear before said Court, at the time and place, aforesaid, and contesi j the probate of said will, if you havc cause. Given under my hand at St. Johns bury, in said District, this 4th day of March, A. D., 1919. WALTER P. SMITH, Judge. K Mar 20 WANTED FOR SALE Chalks, early Tomato seed at Counsell's. Jewell 219 t f ATTENDANTS wanted Men and women wanted at Vermont State Hospital for the Insane, to take po sitions as attendants. For those who so desire, opportunity is offered to tnter training school for nurses. For particulars apply Vermont State Hos pital for the Insana, Waterbury, Vt LEGAL COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE ESTATE OF JAMES H. GAFFNEY The undersigned, having been ap pointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the District of Caldonia, COMMISSIONERS, to receive, ex amine, and adjust the claims and de mands of all persons against the es tate of James II Gaffney, late of St. Johnsbury, in said district, deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid, at the Office of Passumpsic Savings Bank, in thc Villiag of St. Johnsbury, in said district, on the 27th day of March, and the 28th day of August next, from 10 o'clock a. m., until :i o'clock p. in., on each of said days, and that six months from th 4lh day of March A. D. 1919, is the time lim ited by said Court for said creditors to present their claims for us for ex amination and allowance. Dated at St. Johnsbury, this (!th dav of March, A. D., 1919. RICHARD C. BAKER, ALVIN C. NOYES, Commissioners. K Ap .. ESTATE OF AGNES FAIRBANKS WILLARD J fj-pATE OF VERMONT District of ' . . . Caledonia, ss. CourtJ for the District Aforesaid. I To all persons interested in the es tate of Agnes Fairbanks Willard, late of Boston, in the State of Massachu setts, deceased, leaving estate in said district. GREETING:" At a Probate Court holden at St. Johnsbury, within and for said dis trict, on the -4th day of March, A. I., 1919, an authenticated copy of thc last Will and Testament and the Pro bate thereof of Agnes Fairbanks Wjl- aid. late ot uosion. in vne tuuniy ui ! Suffolk, in the State of Massachus- - I cttes. deceased, leaving estate in said district.-duly .proved, allowed and I established in the Prolate" Court: for- .,, r,r,u, nnA 'ntnA. wn. 1 1 his State -in the last Will and Testa' ; this btatc m the last will ana lesta mcnt of the said descendant, and that tne said copy may ue iuea ano recoa- "le wuu i t.. JonnsDUiy, ue assigneu lor an per- 'sons interested to appear and con test thc allowance of such instru ment, and the filing and recording of the copy of said Will, and the Pro bate thereof, as aforesaid, if they see cause; and that notice thereof be given by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Caledon- ! ian, a weekly newspaper published in said district, previous to the time ap pointed. Therefore, you are hereby notifieel to appear before said Court, at the time and place aforesaid, and to con test the allowance of the said instru- ment and tne iinng ana recoruing oi the copy of said Will and the probate thereof, as aforesaid, if you. have cause. Given under my hand at St. Johns bury in said district, this 4th day of March, A. I)., 1919. WALTER P. SMITH, Judge. K Mar 20 All of us have had one period in our lives when we went daft for n spell over photography. 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