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CALEBONMIs. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1919
iiarry vuiiiv '"
at the Adams Paper Co. ,ti,at )ly v.a., tne j.lst 0f a generation
Ralph Hibb is slowly improving' r m,,.. of i,cno.ai,ie namc and more
from an attack of grippe. i honorable accomplishments for our!
The next meeting of the Study club j,iPasa.lt viliago of Si. Johnsburv. I
is the open meeting or "Guest Night" j j),.. K(hVilv,l t. Fairbanks was the ' Rritish Ca?V5n DIrd TMik
which is in charge of the social com-!Kon of thfJ vouncest of the trio of Y T ' ,
mittee. The date will be announced, brothnv, L'ra-tus, Thaddous and; ing lie liud LCCn
later. i Joseph Fail bank'-, and those who Pfccrj'l
The quoti for Wells River on the knMV ihe father lccogmzed in the son
Armenian Relief fund is $1,175. jtle modest kindlv ways of his a::-
Dr. John Canty of Mdrrisvillc was cc,tol.. TOLD THE GERMAN
in town Tuesday, also Dr. W. G. jir, Joseph Fairbanks was supcrin- 44T Tm-"Tn rFFTTCT VOIT'
Kicker of St. Johnsbury. tendent of the only Sunday school on 1 LW'.lV 1 AiVUdl 1KJV
The annual meeting of the stock-, St. .Johnsbr.rv Plain when I, a child, I
holders of the National bank of New- became n member of a class whose I
bury was held Tuesday, Jan. 11. The1 teacher was the lovliest of young,
following officers were elected: Pres., (women. When the sunevintemlr-nt '
E. Bertram Tike; vice pres., S. E.
Clark; cashier, Nelson Bailey: as-!
sistant cashier, Scott Mann. The
vectors are George F. Winch of Mc -
Indoes, Nelson Park ot bouth Hyc-.
gate and Raymond L. I arwell of
Mrs. Edith. Knight Bailey of New
bury was a visitor i.i town Monday.
Just before the last "cold snap"
Bert Boyce, our rural mail carrier,
brot into town a sprig of pussy wil
lows which he picked along the road,
and placed on exhibition at Kiibuni
At the annual meeting of the Wells
River Savings Bank the following of
ficers were elected: President, E.
W. Smith; Vice-president, John F.
George; Treasurer, Samuel Hutchins;' ''.
Trustees, George Winch of Mclndoo.?, !
Dr. John Thomas of Wells River,:
Nelson Park of South Ryegate, and;
Vnr Oi-ppi- nf Nowhnrv
La lGieei of Newbuiy
thn rlinrnli nni-lnra Vvirlnv nvm1!nn-;
by the members of the ladies aid so -
Mrs Eda-nr Stanlev has been sub-
Btitiitino- fnv IVtiaa WViito no tpnphnr i
in the grammar school. Miss White;111-'""1"1'5 orcnesira oi nine pieces
was called home owing to the illness; h-nishod instrumental music. Recitals
and death of her brother. wer3 given by A. Lapanne and Miss
Mr. Ingersol has taken the place of Georgette Landry, wmie Ueorge i rc- )f (fui v..-n,, Vio Abov
Carl Marcy here as collector for the ; vost :;avc a monologue. A little play, t "on ;'j,W..;lh
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Mr.; "ne Reception dans i an.s was pre-1 ; t ,.e brcame ;il .lf ( .. smok! .
Impey of St. Johnsbury was in town , Rented, the participants being Miss . ,.i(,..ctf(, f..(.n ., ;,,d i,,,P f;Pllt hiri In
Friday with Mr. Ingersol. . Mai Preyost, Mis Gcrmainc Grcu-i m:l!1 jJC v.;l co:lvjnc( thnt th':
Mrs. Frederick B. Taylor enter-: "''. Alberta Lancry, i.liss Kac- . u contained voion. Ar.alv.'.i.
tained the mothers and a few friends cite and Miss lcrmcr. 11 the par
of her kindergarten class Thursday : licipanis in the program did splen
afternoon. The little children did didiy and the large audience was
several interesting exercises and .ng ::iueh pleased with the entertainment,
songs which were ready enjoyed.1
Following the "Fairy Drill" ice
cream and cakes were served to the
little people and their guests.
Mrs. Symes of Ryegate has been
vfciting her daughter, Mrs George
The regular installation of officers
of the Col. Treston Post and Relief;
Trivii ivn belli Wednesday evenimr. '
At the close of the installation cere- St. Johiudi'.;ry visited at A. C. Ulan-!
mony delicious sandwiches, cakes and din's, WeAiesday.
coffee were sei-vcd and a social hour- It is faceted that the Rev. Mr.
enjoyed. I Fisher of Mclndoes will preach here
Mrs. Josephine Clark and son, next Sunday.
Robert, left Saturday for Washing-; The many friends of Henry Moore
ton D C, where they will visit Capt. will be glad to know that he is re -
and Mrs. Horace Armstrong. j covering from his recent illness.
Private John F. Dalton writes he; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindsay visited
is at Is-sur-tille, near Dijon, France, relatives in West Barnet Sunday.
at one of the largest American camps j
in France. He has been stationed BARNET
here for some time with the CSrd Co. '
Transnortation Corn I Mr. Walker carried a party of
Miss "S Buchanan of West Bar-'young people to Peacham" Thurs-
.. ..., : w..i,ln,r lnnin.r Rit-'i
nrAnv to visit Mrs. R J. Littlcfield in
Aciwam Mass. !
There were no services in the Unit
ed Presbyterian church on Sunday
because of the sickness in the pas
The canvass is being made for the
fiinrl for thp. Armenian relief.
The trustees elected at the annual 'oms nest week Wednesday can
church meeting were W. D. White, take work home and make it there;
Weson Sargent and J. Dales McLam; j it will help just as much.
James F. Nelson, treasurer; superin-! Mm. I'erley Ayer has gone to
tendent of the Sunday school Edwin 1 1'a-mnpsic where her son Perley, is
McKirahan; assistant, Cyrus Hoi-1 very sick with pneumonia
mes; secretary, Aletha Nelson. I Iv. Mr. Fisher, retired minister.
Mr and Mrs. George Gibbic vent residing in IWcIndocs, will oc
to Greensboro on Friday to sec Mr. ': py the pulpit in this church and at
Gibbie's brother, who met with a K" Barnet next Sunday. One
serious accident at Greensboro Bend week from next Sunday, Jan. 20,
,.vcir,r thn railroad -it that i ''hs. Carter, wife of the Rev. Mr.
Mrs. E. E. Symes was called
Maine because of the illness and
death of her little granddaughter, on
)y daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wcdcll
Mrs. L. II. Simpson, who has in-1
fluenza, continues about the same.
W. H. Nelson met with a painful
accident while loading logs one day
lacf rnnW Tn trvino- to roll a lomr
log on the sled the horses started,
throwing him with his left side across
the sled. One rib was broken and
two of his ribs were fractured.
accident is of such a nature as to
confine him" to the house for somo
Arthur J. Symes and his mother
attended the installation of officers
of the Woman's Relief Corps in Wells
River Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. George
tended the Dairymen's
meeting at Burlington last week.
Margaret Nelson left on Friday for
her work as teacher in the school for
the deaf in Providence, R. I.
A call for navy beans has come to
Vermont from Michigan, a Port Hu
ron company writing to the Vermont
state department of agriculture that
the Vermont seed has been found
Ths Last of a Generation
I Editor Caledonian:
I l ew prokbiy huve noticed in the
1 tributes to the life and memory cf
lour friend, Dr. Fairbanks, that r.o
been made 01 the fact
VM a v,.01fi t0 speak to the schoid,
ho drew our attention by the on.
di-,word 'Children." But the sweet
i voice in which he spoke, and the iv.u-
:,ica! intonaton of the word, still
my mil d like the sweet
distant bell at eventide.
LUCY M. BROOKS.
St. Johnsbury, Jan. 18, 1019.
AT ST. AGNES KALL
Entertainment Given Sunday Night
lor the St. Vincent ds Paul
S'.. Agnes hall was crowded Sun
day night at the annual entertainment
which was given by members of the I
Ou-o names clos ictonvs church ;
for the benelit of the St. Vincent de J
Paul .-ociety and a handsome sum I
...I j.- it.. : a
uli s-ioiy s kmi,. ! "?
for bcntvo cut work. Vocal St'lec-1 t-'.Sll M irtui in 1 i.; pssiiion thac if I'
, , , Ctrinana on board tin
1'iOllin, GeOl'ge PrCVOSC and Dr. J
' llmnd, the latter being accompani-1 v
led by a group ol young ladies. Mrs. 1 11
'e ana iuiss rmiiM ae.onipaiueu
the t Oioists,
St. Grabriel's Band and 1
- EAST 3ARNET
j jjrSi j;ay 'elch of Lisbon visited
'her moth.-.:, Mrs. Lizzie Kendall, the
Louis Cheney and family are all
yick with the influenza,
;vijss Marion Quimby is on the gain.
Mr. ntul Mva. Onn'i Woodwai-H of
av cveiniii'. Jan. 17. to sec a wov-
mg picture show.
Mildred Hall is it homo from hei
have all been closed there because of j
the prevalence of the influenza.
The coming week drive" in the
Red Cross clothing for the refugees,
who are reported to be in great need
r ifi., ' w ;, 1,.,,, iu.u
: .,." ; 1
ne mules kl we o o ine worn ami ' ie, , r . i i n i , .
. i i . . i oo 1 told the commander nlam'1
lelp to finish up our quota. Anvi,.,.,, ,, ',, .
,! , ' ! ,, taat nothing he could sav would ;n
adies who can not come to the work ! ,i,, , . , ' ,, .
I Carter of Monroe Plains, N. H., will
speak here and at East Barnet
The many friends of Sherburne
Moore will be glad to know that he
' recovering from quite a serious
illness which came upon him suddenlv
,...i ; i. , i. !. it,. : . '..
nf our ol(lt'st residents, having re-; Members of the family of S. W
''cd m Barnet all of his life. lie isBonnett have been ill with the influ
nnc 01 the landmarks here and we.enza. lliey are now reported a.
i nope to see mm anout again soon.
The National Woman's Trade Un
ion league of America will hold its
! amiual conference in Philadelphia in
the early part of June.
Mrs. Helen Cooper, wife of Dr. Al
den V. Cooper, died Monday morning
after a week's illness of pneumonia.
The deceased is suivived by her hus-
band, three sons, Kenneth, aged 10.
Delois, aged 8 and Donald, aged 5,
and one daughter Helen six months
old her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manly
Williams of Burlington, one brother,
Albert of Burlington, and two sis
ters, Mrs. J. W. Murdock of Middle
bury, and Ruth of Burlington. The
bereaved frmih has the heartfelt
sympathy of the entire community.
Funeral services will bo held Wednes
day at the home of her par
ents in Burlington.
Was Upheld in His Action by
Lo.-.don, Dee. 27 vCoiresponder.ci.
oi The As eciaied Press) Captai,
William Ma.lin, of the British traw
ler, king Stephen, who, from fear o,
.reachery, refused to tr.ko oil' th
crew of t!u disabled Zeppelin L-i: i:
the North Sea i.i February lulO, die..
11 months later ci a nervous colk'.ps.
caused by the mistaken belief that h
!iad been poisoned. Vhis and o'.ht.
acts caaceiiduv: the incident now tu
avaiiatne lor ine in si nine u :
vsiblo to tell the story in detail. I.
Ii; believed here that the IS German
j composing the crew of the L-1'J pel
i i dled.
flic action of Captain Martin cvok
ml dcnunckitions of alleged "Britisl
inhumanity in me ucrman pic-..
which compared the aflair to the cc!
bivdcd Baralong case. It is claimei
1, ...... ..,.l.i: trti ir,li,-l,l f'-il
jt'awler they would have captured th-
cssei Ann unarnieu nis crew oi i"
len. It will be recalled that tiv
"ev. Arthur W. Injrrar.i, Bishop o
i-onao:i, pumic y (icciaro.i, v.e ougn
to stan-1 by a s.i.per: i ne iiorman;
I have killed chivalry in war time."
j Beo.r.ise of his action, Captain Mar
tin, it is learned, received a numDe
jot the lobneco irove(! that his tear.
were unfounded but h.a never recov
iered from tlu shock. The verdict o;
I iiis physician was that ho had dir.''
: from sheer flight.
j Tho L-l!) had taken part in a rait
lover the midland counties of Englaiu'
'" which 07 non-combatants werf
j 117 injured. The Zcpptlr
! v-' UiiTia.(fed by RU'ifiro and compel!
to descend to the North Sea when
Captain Martin of the King Strphci
found her resting in the water. Ac-
v- i'ding to Captain Martin's s tory thi
in s commander oil. -red me t
j '''ard ii' he would take on" the Ger-
Im'ln cvcv" tut Marl in refused saying
',' ,('," 4 t!l":(- ""
j 1 mul talked it over with Georg.
' "'my. my mate," Captain Martin i
1 'laoted as saying, "and we agreef'
jth:lt ' ws lowered a boat and sent
j sonlf 01 thc w to the Zeppelin they
! wo,u,il bp; as 1'-"tiers until vr
! J;!1 "h f?V fw.,sh)c'1
V"' I ; ''"''y be that hi the end wr
:""':1f '" thcm take charge of th-
s!'.P ,thV cnmo on boa'''1, 0I' if v''
fetch them off they woul;
rr .. . ,
c,,:' vu "own win
hem. T u-m-. ilAliMminnrl rt -
; - -K-Miiim.'! ir't iu:w III
risks. I knew what the Germans hat'
done to my class in the North Sea
'"'. bcsidw, Zeppelin crews droppinj
nn"lb i, "n hou f nd killinj? wome,
l1'1 chlW,'c!! 'hr'n t x to m
('re wc.1' 18 " an'' only ter
Vs ;i"f' .ou cou!( arcely miagir,
th(" low;njV us to take them a
lore were two to one.
;iun; ne io rescue mem. it war; no
a nice feeling to leave 18 men U
drown even if they were your cue
In r the commander saw w
ivi iu nv.nin; ur.d mat mere was n'
chance of being rescued, he and th.
others set up a howl. Their rago wa
awful. Shaking their fists in despaii
they kept shouting out "Gott, strjf
England.' And they kept shoutm
this again and again as long as w
were within hearing. The weathci
had been steadily growing worse an'
as no other vessel was in sight, '
know the Germans were doomed, bu
I felt that I had do io the right thin
under the circumstance.;."
E. B. Freeman and fainijy
oeen ill with the inUuenza.
No fjhurch services were held Su.i
day, owing to so much sickness.
Misses Futh Bullock and Agne
Stoddard returned to their schoo
Wilmot Kinne, with his brother
Harvey Kinne, of Littleton, N. H.
visited their sisters, Mrs. Swett an
Mrs. E. W. Brown, last week.
A son was born Jan. 15 to Mi
ami Mrs. Fred Taylor.
Miss Wilma Hemingway returner
to her school work at St. Johnsburj
Maurice Colby and family are ill.
There will be an auditors' mcefinr
to settle all town accounts at the ves
try, Jan. 29th, at ten o'clock.
Gold, however uhundnnt, cannot ren
der a person trulyrich.
; ar? e::'. ..'.I'ts from IrU.-r:
Xt-w r-i-lar.J Divi.-ior
To all Oivi;.-.i:::it
.nd i.v..' ueikers
ion of k'U'.-d
I'el we lu.vr- now
so r.'.p! i
ai in the produ-.-- j
armcnts, th.it . '-
a .-iiiiicient r.uppiy I
tiu e a. HAis v.ith which vc v. ;li
j!o to curt
i. iiiy and
National lic:tiUuar.tr.s has caicuiaini 1
nc- re-.iurciiiiis o: Knu-.cu ann-i..
.;eedwt uiii'ing litmobiliuanon a.ui 01
itviw they have a .- utiicient slovk c-.i
:a:i:i. Tiieri :'ure we feel ii would L...
..i::C for you to suspend kniUi:ig
j.'.. 01 your regular production acti
.iuis uiltil the prtscni; slocks
It is Rtvatly desired to complete
.nd oi-.id ail knitted work already be
'The New England Division of the
mcri 0:111 Hcd Cress is today facii.i"
he nusi, Kcrioa-. crisis since it came
iito c;t;.-:tcnee as.
a war relief agency.
1 he w.;,icn 01 r.cw r.ngianii imc ;
;u.,-s rc-poiiiteci with c;:traorcnr.a.
iit'lra-.ias-.ii to every rail put upon
hem and New England has never
ailed yet io aceo -yipa.-h all and r.io.v
han has been a--ked of it.
Today Northern .France and Bd.-i-ua,
freed froi.-l the invader, lie ah- ;
ntely pror-tiii.o. A million and 0;"---.df
vei'ii'icc.-- have returned or ar.
tturr.in.;' to the places that were
heir hones. Hundreds of viliag. s
:i.d over 20 larjfo cities have hen
.bAi'.utoly destroyed. Tluse poop'ts
rc living liiidcr the most tcrrihlo
landitions and these conditions are
eli lhat co'ttiidarabb length of
imo must" ehi- :o before they are hc-:.-urcd.
!ii t!.e n;-a.itime the weai'v."
.s ccid, and the refugees are .veari:!,,'
uch clothes as their recent captoi r
avc aiior.'cd iher.i to retain. In c
lor to relieve these condition.; ii.
.!ed Cross und'-rlook, stf.rting ).;
'all, a very large )'.ro:"ra:n of garm" 1'
ii.ikin;.. With the signiii.'f of the
Vrmistiee, coniiiiions abroad bccor.ic
;:creasi:ig'.y -.oi .., as tlio number of
lovi'icless reiugees increased rat ft t:'
lian decreased, 'fi'.ere are no store,
n which liny can buy clothes, thi.;
mvo no hemes in which to mr.k!
dothes and no facilities for mak' ii.
hem if the materials were available,
The only thing that stands betv.xc';
hese people and suIToring or e'eat't
'rom lack of necrssities of living i
he Americ;r.) Bed Cross. The Com
mission for Belief in Belgium is ui
lertaking the feeding of these peopl.',
rat the clothing so sorely needed,
raist be orickly made by the Hod
Cross in order to be available
The New England Division us its
;hare of this work has been asked to
make about 800,000 garments. Speed
n the completion of these garments
is absolutely essential if they are to
be of use this winter.
.ire being shipped
15 received at the
louse and cable rcques
all for more and more.
'he bulk of these
ither in our Division Warehouse or;
in their way from Chapters. This i . '.
is important a Drive as any we have
lad so far and every effort must be
nit forth by Chapters and Branches
o arouse their present and forme;'
vorkers to the imnortance of this t
lation and to get in all new worker !
Now since the quota for Calerlo.vi,
"ounty is 17,000, it is absolutely iifc-l
ssary that the number of helpers h-j
increased tremenduously. Three
hundred at every regular meeting an I '
for the demand.; ol Tomorrow is the 2-ith (Dyls Let
.lVy in New Engia.ui. j ter Day), but as I expect to be gone
hi.io groups or societies and individ-: 1 "0tO secuon licie but all we are
ia!s working at homo are imperative-! doing is work that the observer gets I
'y needed to get the work done in'1'1' his schooling. I am developing!
mason; and it is unthinkable that St. fdiites. They needed more plate men j
Tolinsbury should fail to do her mid sent for three expert plate men,"
nai't in this great drive. Jso here we are.
j At, Tours where 1 was in camp I
KIT T WT ATUIO there was an aviation camp iusf
rYlLiL,ttD Ai Hlh .: about like Kelly onlv thev used war
,11 ... ...
OWN DOORSTEP .I'l'ines which go about twice as fast
! as those wo used at Kelly. This is
Tohn Curtis Thrown From Hin Sleigh l!so an aviation field and planes arc
and Almost Instantly Killed "" a" ,:!" 'on"'' Several just went
. .. I over the Y tent here in Battle forma-
As Joan Custis was driving early tion. The Liberty motor and machine
nday evening to his home in Pas-; is certainly fomo boat. I remember
umpsic street just above the liridge when it first came out they said that
n the Passumpsic river, his hor e it was kind of a failure, but it is just
ccanic frightened and ran away. As the opposite from that.
U: Curtis has only one hand it was1 This is the prettiest part of France
'Ulicult for him to stop the horse 1 have been in so far. It is hilly and
vhich ran into the yard, throwing .more like Vermont.
Ir. Curtis out just as the team reach-1 A good photographer here would
d the doorstep. Mr. Curtis was; make a fortune. It is almost im
hrown violently from the sleigh anil possible to buy films and paper and
lis head struck the house. His nose j they cost three times as much as they
as broken by the blow, his skull was, would there. Cameras are just the
rushed and he was rendered un- j same. A fountain pen like mine
onscious He never recovered con-
ciousncss and died soon after.
Mr. Curtis was born in Waterford
2 years ago and moved to St. Johns -
airy 11 years ago. He lived on a
arm until June and then moved into
uvvn .iiui occupied a nouse on Pa;
umpsic street. He had worked at I
he, scale factory until last October
vhen he had a severe attack of in
luenza and never returned to work.
Ic leaves a wife and the only other
lear relatives arc two cousins,
The funeral will be he" '
house Monday, afternoon
The Congregational chui-'
fennes ha3 extended a ca
Mr. Fraser of Little Ferry
I become its pastor.
ZEN AS JEXKS I
WRITES IIIS FATHER'
!s With ths A. E. F. as Aerial j
W. II. Jcnks has received the fdl- j
!ov. ing letter from his son, Zenas, of
the Aerial Photo Section, No. 101,
A. E. F.:
Chattalon Stir Seine,
To the Bos; Dad in U. S. A.:
most ot 1110 way tomorrow, nu
,in t0 vXan this letter tonigiu
iinisli it tomorrow. '1 ne two boys
th.it came here with me and I are
going out for a hike into the coim
try and get our dinner at one of the
many :niall towns around here.
A week ago tonight we were just
leaving Tours Cor here. Our bunch
of .")!) and i.i.o hundreds of others
left Merritt at a. m. in the morn
ing of .Sept. 21. We hiked to the
ferry from there. Went up one side
of the everglades and down the oth
er. It was unite a hike with our park
on, which weighed about H) -pound.-.
" i After waiting there about an hour we j
had a two hours' ride to D'ohokdi
but didn't get onto the boat, (Martha!
Washington) until three that aft,,- j
noon In the mcanime we waited oi.
the wharves, watching the excite-
nuint. plaviag cards and getting a hot
cup of cocoa and a cigarette from til
P.ed Cross every now and men.
When we went up the gangplank,
we answered to our name and had a
cord with a card which designated
where wo should bunk, cat and aban
don ships if necessary, put around out
necks :;n we wouldn t loose it.
Our bur.kr. were in the hold and
r.Uho it vas rather stuffy and close I
. iept like a log and when I woke up
.ir.other felU-v.- who was in the bunk
hack of nr.: had his foot stuck in in;,
face. Our captain finally got us
We sailed the next afternoon and
of course vc were all out; on dock
'Iling and .-"inging. We circled
around a r.i'.r.ber of times in the har
bor waiting for . other transports,
suo-ehasors, itestroyers, air-
piaucs, and cliviv;i.iles guare.ea v.s. ah
this was very interesting and the
ti'.ne went pretty quick and it was;,''
!- i before wo hit Hie bunks again.
Most of the hoy.; were seasick the
H.rt day hut after that the majority
o' them were O. K. ail the way
We ;.,"it "abandon ship drill" every
d:y unt'l vc struck the war zone.
Then wo knew that the next call
would mean bus:ness if we heard it.
but wo didn't. We had to wear oin
ii.'c be'ts nil the time and were sup-
posed to cithe
deep with them on or1
!i.ivs thoi.i mv
heads as a pil- j
e had a tittle excitement one
day but r.o alarm was given. One of
the destroyers shot, a number of times,
at wii.it was hitcr reported as a sub.
A careful" watch was taken all
We wen4, (b ar out of course. Wtv
i-i the gi.lf stream for a long time
ald went south, before changing our
course. We arrived in Brest the
'morning of the 2."th. Was taken to i
'the shore in small boats. Arrived in
"Uest Camp'' about three miles out!
of the ci'y that night and it certainly;
eenied good to be on land once
We left Brest on Oct. 5 and arriv-!
ed here on the 1Mb. Hope to be on i
my way homo soon. j
We are assigned to the 101st I
'T.li . . ....
costs ?10 here.
I think I will be home befort
i many months,
1 With love to all.
The village of Middlebury has
voted to cooperate with the college in
the purchase of a spraying machine
to kill worms thnt are destroying elm
trees in the village. The sum of $!)00
Water Regulated by Pedal.
Pressing one end of a pedal with the
foot admits cold water to a new wash
stand, pressing the other end allows
hot water to flow and pressing the en
i tire pedal mixes the two so that mod
j crately warm" water is obtained.
ino Karmoni; i"" miuwii uuu uum were j fe' v;r tiM, 'V rlCTT5Pi .irfW-CHZT3WfflI
abroad as rapidiy . following. M"W,S WiWSTTffil
Division Ware- We K-pt pickintr up new transports f't-XMl 9JM
ts from abroad mid th-re were always the destroyers i WaCitiSMs.
ByMarch.l,t:.-b ch-isers nnd two battleships! BWm 119 WmWmSSrSm
garments must be ;';'r-"1!(I us all the thne. :yZhmMmt
Mr,. El: Gray and Miss Loui
Ball were in Moutpelicr, Friday .1:
S!i;.V5'l!::':, . . , , , ,. . ,
1. ij iio i..:'.ciit:iiir, w nu na.-. men ,i
cadir.r ecurt in Montpeiitr, r
turned home Saturday.
Anion;; ilie "thi" patients are Haz-;
el (ion, iv. i.i. H..rry Wade, Mertoa ;
Corliss, Erald Corliss and Alice Ham. I
I Dr. Il-jriie:. is caring fur most of,
1 here wire no services here Mi.v
School in the Beck district opened I
.Monday with Mrs. Elmer CY.ir aj
teacher. Also the school in the!
French neighborhood with Miss .Ken
dall as teacher.
Kov Clukia o" Sutton sjient Sr. -.
d.iy at C. ! .. Ikiil's.
A -on came into Will Moulion'i
family one day last week and inter,',,
to stay. Congratulations.
Cliiirl:'--. Blown of ColebiT. ':, N
H., is . peml'iig a few days wkii id
sifter, Mrs. Sarah Chamberiin.
Jlrs. l.ilk Buzell does not gain a;
fast as her frtv-V v irlt.
Groveton, N. If., for a few day.-
MARIE LEE FLEWELLING
Maria Lee Flcwelling, daugh -
l.ev. a. id Mrs. E. P. Lee of
f- Jomi-slmiy, d.c. tin listen,
imvff ,Jl "'dluensa fahe
ndin the Sc. Joiinshury Academy,
!! a "sn.e ;s eouege m Loston,
Johnsbury, died in Boston,
Flewc Uiug was 27 years old and
is survived by her hu-band, Boberl . , ' , ,, v
FlewolHng, and a daughter, Christine, . !''" SAI-Thi-ce registered Hol
I her father and mother, and one broth- ' cm Bull Calves from 2 weeks to o
ier, Edward, of Pittsburg, Pa. Tim : ionlhs old, also one 14 months old
I funeral will be held at St. Pott r's nid a good one. These are all first
Eniscooal church in Beaton on Mon-' ,1:;s individuals and well m-ed. Also
I d;:v. The hodv wilt be Iiroivht to ! five- .r0-pound shoats. O. N. and C. C.
Iliast St. Johnsburv for burial. ' I Di-ow. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Tel. Dan-
' ! villo 20-21, E. F. D. No. 3. 159 tf.
Fish and Mr.
In reporting the Vermont Dairv
r.ioiiV baiKiuet at Buriingto'.i, Thiiis-
n.,..i: x- .i. .. .
,ui,v i. ' ,e jniriin;;iuil ievs nas 1.1.1 .01-
lov. i::g :ioour. ywo v.ei.-nnoi.v;i ei -i.iontcr;:
''The witty sallies and
really good stories of the toastmaster.
kept everybody hapny. Judge ris-h,
comes along w'h n Congrc-ssi-.:an
Greene car.'t be present, and in the
opinio;', ot trio company present last
mght tite Ji:'ge made good, indeed,
as us:ial. The Van Ncs oirhesl r
played and th
Liberty chorus v.-i.i,:!.
'-uig patriotic an'?
was led I'v I' rank
ook.. o1" at. Johnsbury who h.a.: a j
A public recital will be given ir. the
Town iUd), Thursday evening, J,
2.1 at eight o'clock, bv nunils of Mrs.
W. H. Nutting. All who are interest -
ed in musk' are invited to attend
TAKE no chances with next sea
son's crops. Food prices will be
high. With the Administration at Wash
ington demanding more food, the mar
ket will be sure.
Fertilize your soil. Make it rich and
productive with the Lowell Brands of
Animal' Fertilizers. They are the best
war-time fertilizers because they are
made from nature's products BONE,
BLOOD AND MEAT, plus high grade
chemicals. They are active all the time
swift and sure. And they Save Labor.
Lowell Animal Fertilizers cost less
relatively than ever before. A bushel
of corn or potatoes at present high
prices will buy more Animal Fertilizer
than before the war.
Make sure of large crops and good
profits. Use Lowell Animal Fertilizers.
They are dependable and guaranteed.
Write for prices and our Crop Book
lets written by experts and for name of
dealer in your territory. Order early.
Local agents wanted.
We can supply fertilizers guarantt '
to contain 4". water-soluble Pott
LOWELL FERTILIZER CC
, T" . lira n r ll of
Look out for Span
At the first sign of
a cold take
Standard fold rtmedy for 20 yer-in Ublrt
form tuft. urc. no cpntes break, up a ookt
In 34 hours relitvrs erip in 3 day. Mf0
WANTED -One Veneer Cutter, one
clipper man in New England Mill.
Address 15, Caledonian.
WANTED Salesman. Active, ener
getic salesman, with or without sell
i'lg experience. Opportunity to estab
lish in own community business pay
ing $ 1 to $S per day. Stetson Oil Co
Station E., Cleveland, Ohio.
' ATTENDANTS wanted Men and
; women wanted at Vermont State
j Hospital for the Insane, to takepo-
i Hospital for the Inst
sitions as attendants,
. so desire, opportunit
- sntcr training school
i particular apply err
For those who
opportunity is offered to
for nurses. For
mont State Hos-
pital for the Insane, Waterbury, Vt. '
D Young women between
I V. and ar years of age, having one
: - ear lilgn scliooi worn lor our ivej-
i isiered School of Nursinp
i i-jii t jiu'
Apply Superintendent, Sa-
itoga Springs, New York.
WAS RESTLESS AT NIGHT
SmTere's from kidney trouble ex-
j ' g:
-nce. backache, rheumatic pains,
1 a.?hos In joints and muscles and other
torturous affliction. 15. W. Kitt, E.
i r 11 R-v ). St-orters. Ala., writes:
j "j l;,;c,i Foley Kidney Pills as I was
,..; mw ni-ht with nains in
my 'nick and side
They did me good
and I truthfully"
say Foley Kidney
Pills is the medicine for kidney troub
le." Sold Everywhere.
Will'.'m Dopriest foil down through
a scuttle hole in his barn in Warren
rerenOv. tenvine- several ribs from his
I backbone .ind dislocating his collar'
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