JONIAN. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1919
Death of Mrs. E. C. Grant
Mii. Olive Grant, wife of Em
mett C. Giant, passed . away at
Brightlook hospital, Wednesday, Jan.
8, after a long illness from pernicious
encmia. Mrs. (J rant wa:i born Jan.
13, 18!)6, and on February 10, 1838,
married Mr. Grant, making her home
in this town much of the time since
their marrii.ge. She leaves none but
friends. Besides her husband and
an adopted daughter, she is survived
by three sisters, Mrs. Hattie Lewsy, I Lou
Sidney C. Harding ha.; purchased
Allen Smith's residence on West
The December committee at the
Univer.salist church added S11.05 to
Mr. and Mrs Henry Kinney of Lit
tleton, N. H., wore over Sunday
guests at the homes of NMr. and Mrs.
A. J. Lyon and Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dawe are re
covering from their recent illness.
Mrs. Lottie Parker, who has re
turned f'-om Worcester, Mass., is a
guest of Mrs. C. A. Miltimore.
Mrs. E. K. Richards and children,
nd Charles, have been quite ill
of Lyndonville; Mrs. Lucy Chapman i from influenza. Her sister, Mrs. Gil
of Sutton find Mrs. Martha Fisher of bert Parks, of Worcester, Mass., was
Lexington, Mass. The funeral was j called here by their illness,
held from the home of her sister, i Mr. and Mrs. Howard Day and Mrs
Mrs. Lewsy at Lyndonville, Rev. W. j ), j., Lunnie are among those who
C. Johnson officiating, with inter- j al-e ju.
mcnt in th family lot. ( paui Hartson has returned to St.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan vis- . Johnsbury afer visiting his grand
itcd relative? in St. Johnsbury, Tuos- j,.u.entSf Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hart
day, i : on.
Mrs. E. A. Gray and Mrs. F. W. j Mrs. 1)an Laundrv of St. Johns-
Chapman arc ill from the prevail- b h:ls beon vjsitmff Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. E. H. Bazin and Mrs
i'he Woman's Missionary
will meet Friday afternoon
Lou Stevenson, who is working in , The Li s civil Service Commission
(he New England telephone office at ; j,.ls announced an examination to be
Danville, came home Wednesday sick;), at Hardwick, Newport and Or
v.ith a hard cold. leans, Feb. 8th, to fill the position of
A few from Peacham attended thc'iUrai carrier in Greensboro and oth
("ancc at Pythian hall at Danville on ,r places. Application blanks may be
Wednesday evening, Jan. 8. j h:ld by addressing the Civil Service
Much sickness is reported every-j Commission, Washington, D. C.
where, hard colds, grip and influenzu, j A sou was born to Reuben Chaffee
."lthough the latter has not struck , and wife on Saturday, Jan. 11.
Peacham hard as yet. Miss Mary Stimson of Montpelier
The friends of Mrs. J. C. Gulhivc was in town the past week being call
were very sorry to know she was ob-! ed here by the death of Mrs,. Richard
lifted to go to Brightlook hospital on Thompson.
Sunday for a very bad finger from! Mrs. Gertrude Campbell Panuette
which she has been suffering for .of Hardwick is visiting at the home
come time. of Alpha Gcbbie.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.1 Mrs. Grace Wilson Gregory, who
Ernest Munroe at East Peacham on (has been ill the past two weeks, re
ihr. .-irriviil of a son. Pearl. Tuesday, turned to her school work in the
! tending school.
j the Libei ty Musical four will give
1 what promises to be a very bright i Hugh Smith came home on Satur-
ar.d interesting entertainment in the j day morning for a two weeks' fur
J'own Hall on Wednesday evening, ' lough. Ho will then go to Montreal
I:m i'.hh. It will rav you to get a ! for his discharge. He went over to
'.icket at once.
i EugLi id with the Canadian engineers 1
Jan. 7. Mrs. Archy of Pike, N. H., l primary scnool ol the village school
is caring for Mrs. Munroe. Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fcnfrew were: 3I Mildred Fairbanks, who has
home from Montpelier Saturday. j ;'cc:i ' with tlic influenza, returned
bury has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tnc school at East Peacham wa'?;-liit Monday to her work as teacher
.In'm T.nmvll-V. I l t.c.t.i l,Tr,,r nn np.nnt nf i '1 Hie IOWCI' gl lldes at C-rCCllSbClO
Alice L. j 1? ill from Tinruinonin 1 . 1 :i .,.. i, n,i.hm. Hnlrlin
Richards spent Wednesday in St. ; a gt Jo!lnsbul.y hospital. I Grigwer, with a cold.
Johnsbury. j jol)ort t...oss js critically ill. Ken- j The postponed meeting of the Lib-
Mrs. Allen Smith passed away at j ncth CvQM of st johnsbuly WM cal- j Jsociatio will be held at the
her home here Monday evening, from j d , 3um, b illnes,. ; p , , ,
pneumonia following .nlluenza. Lau- cha,.lcH Kradi,haW and his mother, ! ; SJ ,,
bert T nd Juliett MVFir and x7as Mra" Florence Bradshaw, of Lyndon, Mrs, Foster Nelson of Rycgate
Eofn "in ZnLntk. '! h J '-nerly Katharine Allen, called on
sumi,,. u ib.-.,i u .,..! i;f Chanes Hodge and V. . '' friends in town recently.
was sDcnt in that town and at that 1 ;'hLlv A very quiet wedding took place .
1' 1UI1IV i'.UA.UM (llltl X'.:lKl ywi-u -
their recent ill
rlnrn in A ni-il clin wno iv.ii'i'iwl
t ah Smith f i...nnnim Th.o.J convalescent from
children were born to them, Mabel, ! nes- , , , , . ,.
(Mrs. C. L. Phelps), Laconia, N. H.; Clul Ke! 10 h:w. '---feved his (lis
Harry A., Watertown, Mass.; Lilla, I chlKc 'ro:il ul.i-y semce, Mrs.
(Mrs. Harrv Streeter), East Concord. ! Kcis0 accomp:uiied mm m Wluto
Mr. and Mrs. Smith resided on a farm ltM N- H.,' Monday for a short stay
in Lunenburg until Uin when they ! nt his parent's home, where Mr. Kel-ro
DUrchased a home in this villnirn and ! v.'iil s')elld two weeks.
came here to reside. Mrs. Smith was
a member of the Congregational
church at Lunenburg and of Adah
Chapter, No. '!!), O. K. S., of this
town. Of iv genial, cheerful person
ality, she made for herself only
friends by whom she will be greatly
and sincerely mourned. To the be
reaved family much sympathy is ex
tended. Besides the husband, son
and' daughters left to mourn her loss
of a devoted wife and mother, she
vin Hubbard of South Lunenburg
is survived by one sister, Mrs. Cal
ar.d seven grandchildren. The fu
neral which was private, was held
from the home Wednesday at two
o'clock, Rev. George S. Smith and
Rev. P. J. Maclnnis officiating. Rev.
Mr. Smith sangappropriate selections.
There was a profusion of flowers. In
terment was in the village cemetery.
Those called here by the illness and I
death of Mrs. Allen Smith were Har
ry A. Smith, Watertown, Mass.; Mrs.
C. L. Phelps, Laconia, N. H.; Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Streeter, East Concord,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace. Phelps, Lun
enburg; Mrs. Calvin Hubbard, South
( The remains of Edgar Harvey were
brought here from St. Johnsbury for
Mrs. Wilfred Harvey, St. Johns
bury was at the home of her father,
W. C. Harvey, the last of the week.
Mrs. Leslie Cooper was in St.
Mrs. William Lindsay is ill.
Miss Jennie Hemingway passed
away at the home of George H. Hast
ings, late Thursday from influenza.
Miss Lydia Hemingway has been
caring for her sister, Miss Jennie
District Superintendent of Schools,
Sidney C. Harding, wife and little
son, have arrived in town and have
rooms at the home of Mrs. Luette
Mrs. Luclte Lewis is caring for
Mrs. Ellery Ford. '
Jethro I.illicrap is ill.
James Virtue was in Fitzdale
The churches will be opened next
bunday morning when Rev. I
Mrs. Alfred Goorlreall, Sr., return-
on Saturday afternoon at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rowe on the
ilast Hill, when their oldest daughter,
Rubie Jean, became the bride of
James W. Eastman of Newbury. The
ceremony was performed by Rev.
George C. Jenkins of Salem Depot,
N. H.. assisted by Rev. E. G. French
of Danville. Only the immediate lam- j '00king after the
The Junior High school will hold a
ocial and promenade at the Town
Mall, Friday evening of this week to
i which everybody is invited. Admis
! (ion 10 cents.
I Mrs. Nancy Crozier who has been
i isiting the past week in Glover re
I urned hist Saturday to the home of
vlrs. William Simpson.
' narnson w nso;i, wno nas Been in
Westfield the past winter, managing
; t large larm, is at the home of hi;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson,
j Mid is planning soon to leave for
jPlouth Carolina where he will do sim
I Supt. C. L. Cowlcs of Craftsbury
as in town the first of the week
interest of the
The annual mcetiTi- of the Congie- where he .spent six months.
national church was held
church chapel on Wednesday
r.oon and there was a good
mice of members present
in tnc j Lester :arsli;in was in a hospital
after-' in Richmond, Va., when last heard
from, lie went over with the. 70th
Division, .'ailing on July 4. He was
thought best not to have
a dinner I seriously v. ounded on Oct. 28 and is
t n 1 ! I.T.. . - I.
ve-.ir tccauso oi tnc danger o: i unaute 10 trac luneis en uccuum ui
i ifiuenza. The following officers: a disaol-.M arm.
were elected for the coming year: Second Lieut, of Ordnance, George
Moderator, Rev. E. C. Hayes; clerk, ! B. Rowcll, has been discharged from
Mrs. L. A. Terrin; treas., C. H. Mi!-! military service and is in Boston with
ler; standing committee, Dea. A. E. his brothe", Hugh, and his mother,
Pen-in,' Dca. P. N. Allen, Mrs. A. E. Mrs. Geort;e B. Rowell.
Fei rin, George Philbrook and Frank I Mr. ind Mrs. E. A. Cook were in
Smith. The reports of the officers ! Newport Kst week returning on Sat-
ilv were nresent. Mrs. hastman is ;rhnnii
cd from B.'.r-e, Saturday, where sha onc of oul. highly esteemed and popu- j Word was received here Wcdnes
luvs been visiting her daughter. 1;Vl. VOung ladies, and will be much Uiy of the death of Miss Doiothv
misssd in the social life and especially ( Morgan, a church worker in New
in the Sunday School where she has , VCi ); city, at the Presbyterian Hos
been a beloved and faithful teacher. ito.l, early Monday, Jan! 1.'!. Funcr-
Mrs. Eastman will resnio i-i services were held in the Grace
Miv?. Nelson Burt and Miv. Arthur
Burt were in St. Johnsbury Satur
day. Fred Hastings has sold the "His-
inns .Vleariow 10 tiorc-ii onnui.
Johnshuiy. The Peacham Red Cross met on ; n m. Kichards, proprietor of the
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Walter were in -'uc,.fj.iv at the church for an all (lay
session. A good amount ol sewing, .miss Morgan at the time of her
was done. j c.tuh- Morgan will bo greatly
Lewis Douse had his herd of cows ' r.nsscd, having spent many summers
tested last week ana seven cows aim -'-. uif. was a musician ol rare
.:ix heifers were condemned.
James Stevenson lost a heifer last
P..,. i Mnvuhlll'V find the bes. ! rilanrl. New V,i t V"f,rl.,-..I .l
I Mrs. Dudley Walter and j , ..;sncs f their many friends willac-j'lio remains were taken to Westerly,
its spent Saturday in St. ompany them. I- Thursday for burial. Mrs. Hcl-
"ii m. Kicharcfs, proprietor of the
'-akc View Boarding House, was with
Miss Morgan at the time of her
Lyndon Friday, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. David Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hartshorn
visited relatives in Fitzdale Satur
day and Sunday.
Card of Thanks
To '.ho neighbors and friends who
so kimilv 'assisted us at the time of
the illness and death of our beloved
wife and mother, we extend heartfelt
thanks, til so for the many floral tri
Miss Eva Duclos is visiting her
sister, Mrs. James MacDonald in St.
! Mrs. Kitlredge of St.
and Mrs. Clinton Phelps,
and Mrs. Harry Streeter.
The annual meeting of the Sunday
chord of the Congregational church
vas held last Sunday and the fol
owing officers were elected for the
ear l'Jl!): Supt., C. II . Miller; 1st
iss't supt., Harold Simpson, 2nd
'.ss't. supt., George Philbrook; sec,
N. Allen; treas., Mrs. A. B. Cuth
icrtson; executive committee, Mrs.
I. .A. Gos-, Mrs. George Young and
The Greensboro Improvement club
:cld their annual meeting in the
-ongrcgational chapel last Tuesday
: ...mi uie lonowing officers
I verc elected for the year 1!U!:
K'rcM., J. II. Barringlon; vice pres.,
; u A. Perrin; sec, C. E. Miller; treai.,
i ;'. N. Allen; Way and Means Com
! mittee, Mrs. A. E. Perrin, Mrs. G. E
' ''oI"y. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Drown and
j.Ir. and Mrs. H. A. Haryson; board
; f directors, George E. Colby, Mrs.
j Helen Payne Ingalls and A. B. Cuth
J hertson. Reports were given by all
the offices and among other business
i: was voted to investigate the cost
the absence of the pastor. ur, of Momoe Plains, N. 11., will rj' yuli ine spaces over the
Mrs. Hairy Streeter was called toi,r,cak here; and at East Barnct next , "-cssing rooms in the Town Hall and
Concord, Monday, by the sickness I Sunday I i cement water trough in the center
and death of her mother, Mrs. Allen j Thomas Priest, who has been scrv-01 t!l village lind at the old water
Smith. I ing in the U. S. navy since the be-j l.'out'h on the road to the Bend.
Mrs. Will Sayers was a business rjnning of the war, is visiting friends , - 1Jr(- was a good attendance,
visitor in Concord, Wednesday. here, bein r home on a furlough. He . T- . Gebbie who was badly hurt
Mrs. Frank Crawford and Nila exnects to return to France soon and i ' " irtino.iri accident at the Bend
liowcd the church to be in excel
lent condition. The apportionment
for missionsa mounting to $185 has
been fully raised besides many other
.ifts to benevolence. The report of
i.he treasurer showed $180 in the
treasury with all bills paid. An un
usual amount of expense has been in
curred the past year, new shingles hc
i ig put on the parsonage and barn
and the paitonage wired for electric
'lights. The church is to be congratu
lated on the excellent work done in
F. H. Du.'ur is still, confined to a
hospital in Boston and not much im
provement is reported. Recently he
wa.j compelled to undergo the pain
of skin grafting on his diseased leg.
The annual dinner and installation
oc. officers of the Buvnside G. A. R.
ost and W. R. C. was held at the
"FRUIT A'TPVES", or Fruit Urtt
1 ablet Care Great Relief. -
Mabel Dodge, wife of F. M. Ail-
church, died on Friday morning of I
pneumonia after an illness of onc j
week, bei'i.? critically ill from the ;
first. Sir.1 was a young woaisui of I
unusual harm and her many friends ;
regret her early death. The funeral
was held :it lcr late home on Sunday:
at one o'clock. Interment was in the j
family lot ii Glover. She is survived i
by her hu: batul and her father and i
mother, Ms. and Mrs. O. B. Dodge,;
with whom ,-he has always lived. '
The bodv of William H. Blaisdell 1
was brought here from Southern
Pines. N. C, on Saturday and placed j
in the tomb awaiting the time when i
Miss Ella Blaisdell can come north ;
and make the final arrangements.!
Mr. EUiisrki; died at th. home of his j
sister-in-law, Mrs. Eaton, outliving ,
Methodist church vestry, Greensboro j ll!s wn'e onty two days. The body of
Bend on Tuesday, Jan. Mill. Because I Mrs. Blaisr'ell was left at Ryegate
of illness, Mrs. A. R. Montgomery, where she will be buried beside her
the president of the W. R. C. Was j '"other.
unable to be present. The fo!
lowing officers were installed for the
coming year: Treas., Mrs. J. I
Lumsdcn; rhaphiin, Mrs. G. C. Cole;
conductor, Mrs. Nettie Sternberg; as
s'stant conductor, Mrs. George Davis;
guard, Mrs. Kate Hoskins.
Miss Rosanna Chouinard of Stan
dard :ind Bernard Lcrlrei of St.
Johnsbury were married at the Cath
olic church, Greensboro Bend, Jan. 7.
Mr. Lcdrci is employed in the Fnii-j
banks scab factory and the young ,
couple will reside at St. Mary
street, St. Johnsbury. j
MR. WM. H. OSTRANDER
SS3 Grant St., Buffalo, N". T. "
"I have been Paralyzed on the
whole right side since April 30lh.
I referred the caso to a physician,
who wrote mo personally, advising
the use of 'Fruit-a-tivcs'.
I bought three boxes and used '
them as directed. am feeling fine
better than I have in the past nina
I would not be without 'Fruit-a-tivcs'
for anything ; no more strong
cathartics or salts so long as 'Fruit-a-tives'
are purchasable ; no mora
lxwel trouble for me.
recommend 'Fruit-a-lives' to ail.'
I feel more like 40 than 61, which I
Lave just passed".
WM. II. OSTRANDER.'
' 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c.
At all dealers or sent on receipt of
price, by FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited,
uDENSBURG, N. Y.
Mrs. Jennb AHsopp, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. Albeit Dan
iels, has gone to New York.
Mrs. Sidney Harding and little son
of Fairfax are visiting her father,
Dist. Su'jt. Adolphus, Linfield of
Tilton preached a forceful sermon in
the M.-tho(i:.-t; church here Sunday af
ternoon. Past Master G. L. Frazcr installed
Lhe newly elected officers at the regu
lar Grange meeting held hut Wed
nesday evening. Refreshments of
sandwiches, cake,, pies and coffee
Miss AIry l'ishr:r was a'. hor.io
from her si hool in Bath over Sunday.
Rob-wt Gibson has returned from
T ong Island, N. Y., where he has
iicen in ti l ining for several months.
Miss Jennie Moore of East Barnet
visited nor sitter, Mrs. G. L. Frazer, ' the Vermont farmer than clover." The
p u t of last week. ; affirmative side was composed of Mr.
Mrs. Frank Kelsca of Lisbon spent i George Burnham and Harry McLean
i few days last week with her au:i; jwith S. T.Wheat and Paul Howe on
Mrs. Luranry Rice. jthc negative side of the question. The
R. G. Reynolds, director of tht
Y-.'.il Agricultural school, spent Wed'
nesday at Montpelier on business.
At the weekly debate of the Vai
Agricultural school held last week
the subject under discussion wai
'Corn is a more important crop tc
Mrs. J. E. Parker spent a few i (.harln-? Hc.ford was at home from board of judges consisted of Carroll
(:ays last week at North j)anviil:;.
Roy Bryer of Berlin, N. II., has
been visiting his father, Clarence
Allen Smith, . . I v,l,n hns been caring for Mrs. Her-
and Mrs. Harry A. Smith, Hnalev and little daughter, has :
I returned to her home.
Mrs. Milo Matthews
Mrs. Ernest Devengcr is visiting
Mrs. Arthur Emmons.
Several from here attended the
New Enirland Milk Producers' Aso-
sitcd I c.iation meeting at Danville, Tuesday
Herbert Crawford was a visitor in
Portland the first of the week
r.miw Deibert Lavature vi
Frank Lavature at Waterford, Sun-, evening. a a (lance
John McDonald, who has been 1 at Weeks' hall, Friday evening,
on the sick list for the past week, -is
better at this writing. BARNET
There were no services at the
Mfthndist church Sunday owing to I a;,s. Carter, wife of Rev. Mr. Car-
Henry Briggs and Harold Warren
were visitors in St. Johnsbury, Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Thomas were
J. I in f nnrri l vl V"pdii0t:ftnv tn uttend the
wacinnis win speaK at the first Urn- funeral of Mrs. Allen Smith.
vcrsalist church on the subject "Thel Emmctt Grant and daughter, Merle
iwcntietn century s New Lxplana- of Concord visited friends in
tion of Life." nac the first of the week.
1 rincipal Leslie Mcrriam of the! Grunt, will cut nuln wood on his farm ! Hav in St. Johnsbury visiting Mrs
Junior High school makes the follow- j here and Merle will board with Mr. j Or'a Chamberlain.
ing announcement which is of especial j and Mrs. Willis Emery for a while. Miss Anna Brickett has been visit
interest to students and parents. ! Mrs. Melvcna Steer of Faston. N. inL' friends ir St. Johnsbury.
"During the balance of the school ! H.. is visitinc Mr. and Mrs. Fred i Airs. Sheldon Smith, who has been ! boro Band
year it is particularly necessary that j Whipple. .'visiting relatives in this vicinity, has j 'i'he little child of Ezra Mercier
pupils attend school regularly. It isl- Mrs. Arlie Smith and little son of returned to her home in Nov York. ''i beea unite ill the past week,
unlikely that all of thet ime lost nn 1 llnttnn. N. H.. were recent visitors! Next Saturday evening. S. Piatt! There was a good attendance at
will probably not bo mustered out un
til the troops are all brought back to
this count y.
Clarence Chamberlain of Barnet
Center, who was taken to the hospi
tal in St. Jchnsbury for an operation,
has sufiieientlv recovered to be taken
the back to his home.
Mr. Mrs. William Higgins spent Sun-
Miss Mary Aver came home Mon
day and i , working at C. C. Farring
ton's. Quite a number from here attend
ed the Mill; Association meeting.
Mrs. George Kittrerlge, who has
been spending several weeks at Eu
gene Kittredgc'.:, at Walden, came
Mrs. Alberta Til'-' "n has gone
back to her school at Passumpsic.
Mrs. E. F. Ayer sper.i. Tuesday at
Vooi.svil!'! ever the week end. Pike, George Weed, and Calvin
Mrs. Drvothy Parker is seriously , Moore. The verdict returned was in
: ill. Dr. Ros; of St. Johnsbury was ! favor of the affirmative.
caller! in consultation with Dr. Gibson j After the debate there was an cx
i Saturday. , tcmporancous speech by Timothy Da-
There arc several cases of influenza S 'CV- The meeting was concluded by a
in town. short talk by the director.
Mrs. Anne Blanchard spent Thurs
day in St. Johnsbury.
Miss Jul ii. Fisher spent last week
it the hon e of Joseph Hair in West
Miss Ruth Stevenson has returned
to her home in West Barnct.
Foley fATimmr Timrara
Ven Stomach &.vcp -liver Active -Bmwi TfcjfnJf" i ten thousand
So vast is the work of the British
Graves Registration Commission
which locates and marks the last
resting place of the British soldiers
who fell in Fiance, that in an aver
age week the commission staff has
had to deal with five thousand letters
of inquiry and thanks; and at times
the number has been little short of
lust Friday, is still confined to his bed
and is not able to be moved from
I fie home of H. W. Gillis to which he
j vas taken immediately after the ac
cident. E. R. Collins of Greensboro Bend
was in Boston several days the pastj
v, eel; on business. i
Mrs. George Anair is recovering
! from a very severe attack of in-'
I Harry Ben of Fairlce visited the
. ... n 11 i: v. ... ......
J..I.-H, lYL'Jh ill, AJ, I. 1 IJU'l S VJIUUIIS-
aecount of influenza can be regained
and to cover a reasonable amount of
work during the year each pupil must have gone to Whiteficld where Mrs.
do his best. This is possible only Libbey has work,
when he is in perfect attendance, iii, Mrs. Ada Downer of St. Johnsbury
manv classes one i:ivs wnrk is lii-orf- visited relatives in this place over
ly dependent upon that of thn re-'t!le week end. She with Mrs
t-pcdinir. and to miss i rritntion ! ho Emery visited, Mr. and Mrs
of Mr. and Sirs. 1). M. Smith. 1 Jones will give an entertainment, the
Mrs. Xellie Libbey and son, Byron, j third in the Red Cross lecture course.
may cause more confsion of subject
matter thun can be adjusted within
a week. Tardiness is also very injur
ious for it lessens the school morale
of the pupil and frequently grows
into absences. The habit" of being
tardy or absent once formed, is 'hard
to break, and is apt to be retained in
later life. Sickness should be the
only reason for tardiness or absence.
Parous arc urged to cooperate in
securing as nearly perfect attendance
us ia possible."
Kev Grant Van Blarcom, Turner
ConUr, lie, vas a guest at E. H.
Uazir's Friday and Saturday.
Among thowc reported ill the last
of the week are Mrs. Emanuel Lilli
crapjFred R. Lillierap, Mr. and Mrs.
Phili Woodbury and E. 1). Lee.
Fnnk Bonnfctt is assisting in ear
ing irr Jacob Richardson, Sr.
Mk K. F. Richards has been as
sisting in thn
illnc, of Mis.
the promenade and social given Fri
r! ly evening in the Town Hall under
Mr. Jones has a great reputation as Ine auspice; ot the Junior High
j;n impersonator and an enjoyable ! school. W. C Dorline, who has re
evening is anticipated. jtvntlv come as principal of the school
A good many cases of influenza arc i was in charge of the program and
reported in this vicinity. made it very interesting. Nearly $12
The Arn r nian Drive under the whs cleared for the equipment fund
Perham at Fitzdale, Tuesday and 'leadership of Rev. C. B. Bliss of Mc-1 of the school. It is planned to hold
Wednesday ' Indocs, nas gone over the top in the a lother social, Feb. 14th, St. Valcrc-
Mr. and Mrs. George Bortwell of: town of Bsirnct, like all previous I tine's day.
Fitzdale visited at their sister's, Mr. j drives during the war. John Gilchrist! Miss l'''cc Tyndall, teacher in th':
and Mrs. I. Folsom's Wednesday. 'was chairman of Barnct village. Ouri grades in the village schools, spent
Will Adair was a business visitor quota was $00 and we raised H2S0. I Sunday at her home in Morrisvillc.
Word has been received here of! Miss Nellie Tyndall of Morrisvillc
in Whiteficld the first of the week.
To Skin Beets.
An easy way to skin n beet without
bleeding ft and causing It o lose color
ts to put It Ii: cold water as soon as It
Is cooked. Then draw the hand sentry
down the he"t and the skin will drop
cS without trouble.
the death in Westmore of the wife
of Rev. Wilbur Rand. Mr. Rand was
pa.-t.or of this church here for years
rim ing his early ministry.
A SEVENTY-YEAR OLD COUPLE
Well Called Devil's Belt.
Ion IrOnnil sound, in Nc - York, was
known lipfore the revolution, and per
haps Inter, as the Devil's Belt, ns may
hu seen nn Smilhier's map of New
Vortc In ilu Revolution. It -had Hell 1 jn the. seventies, -we arc as vigorous
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Carpenter, Har
rislmrg, Pa., suffered from kidney
trouble. He says: "My wife and I
suffered from kidney trouble and had
rheumatic pains all through the body.
Tho first few doses of Foley Kidney
Pills relieved us, and five bottles en
tirely etfred Us. Altho we are both
begun work again in the Red school
house Monday at the head of lhe lakr:
after several weeks' absence because
of HI nos -i.
Miss Sarah Cowlcs of New York
City visited the past week at the
home of M . and Mrs. Frank Chase.
Dr. F. C. Kinney, who represents
Greensboro in the legislature was
home from Friday evening to Monday
and called on several of his patients,
who ar ill.
Mrs. .Tannic McLoud and son, Don
ald, were in Morrisvillc the last of
A.riong those ill the past week arc
.trnnif Olmstead and Nina Lumsdcn.
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remarks every time you flush your
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J- t-i n N C.
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