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THE VERMONT PHXEN1X, "lUU'iTI KlKHtq, FRIDAY; AUGITST & 1922. "
Clougli ltoy Serlomly Injuicd.
Mnlcolm Clougli, 13, son of Jamos
Clougli, who iu a pnrtner in tho Sniith &
Clougli gnrngo hore, wns liijurotl In tho
rlght oyo by n flylng chlp frm o rock
Hunday nftcrnoon. Ho is ln tho Hi'iiry V.
l'utiiniu Memorial liognUiil in Benning
ton. Some famtllcs wlio mvn a Hiimmcr cnmii
on I'orn inotintniti went thcru tci mako
Boinc rcpnlrs. nml whllo prepnratioiiH
were bclng mndo to do some ooinont worlc
the boy's uncle, Gcorge Clougli, was
xwlnglng n sledgc lininmi'r to movo :i
rock when n chlp flew froin tho rock iinil
struek tho lnd ln the cyi
Ho wns tnken to. I)r. I.ovojoy s in
Manchester, and the doetor took hlni to
the hospllnl. 'rhore nro two other clill
dren in the famlly.
llh unelcs, Leon' nrd Carrol Jnnuith.
went Mondny to nee hlm. Two pioee of
stone were removcd froin hls cyobnll and
thc specinlist gavo some uiicoiirngemcut
about IiIh cdndltion. He thlnks pos
sibly tho pye will not lmve to ho re
movcd ns nt firnt seemed cerlain. Mal
rnlm tliought he could sec a hlt of light
through tho bnndace. His fatlior nlso hn
been in Bennington to see hlm.
The Cuttings' havp a new Kscx car.
I.pon Fellows of lloaton lias becn in
town several days.
Miss Marv rierco of Peru is visltinj.'
nt Krank 0. l'ieroe's.
Miss ItnberU of llrooklyn is Rpcnding
n week at lliverside Inn.
Kd. Fuller is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Conway on his old farm.
Will Pease of Windham hns been stny
itiK at liis farm a fcw days.
Mrs. Glndys Holdon visited Mrs. Kd.
ltowley in Ludlow last week.
Dewey Hunt began Mondnv mornin
driving'Sayrc's jitncy to Brattleboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Coleman visited his
aunt. Mrs. Busait Iloward, in Bondville
Mrs. Carrio Wiiey went Tuosdav to
ppend a week with her daup,hter, Mrs.
Leon Clouch, Clarenee Benson and
familv and .Inmes Huy motored to Troy,
N. Y., Sundny.
W. K. Garlleld nnd familv went to
Chester Sundav to v.isit Mr. (Jarlleld's
mother and brother.
Mr. and Mrs. AVilliam Anderson and
familv took an autoniobile trip to Al
bany, X. Y Sunday.
Mrs. Bessie Hoirockcr nnd dMighter,
Claire, are expected this week to oecupy
their summer home for a time.
Mrs. Xellie T)avenport has been spend
inir a three-moiith's vaention with iier
Mster, Mrs. 0. ). Stowell, in Brattle
boro. Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Adams, who have
been on a vneatioti in Hupert, Pa., Mr.
Adumsls home town, are expected I'ri
day. Mr. and Mrs. Herhort Hamdoll, Mrs.
Abbie Kamsdell nnd Mrs. Delia Cuni
mings went to Manchester Sunday to
Mr. and Mrs. Don Eddy, nnd daugh
ter, Mnc. have been spondinj: a few
days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Tho Misscs Bitner and their mother,
Madnmc Bitner, are moving to the mid
dlc tenement of the B. B. Hawson house
for the reinainder of their vacatiou.
K. W. Knapp. harness makcr and shoc
repairer, has moved from the basement
of Biverside Inu to thc room over the
postollloe in Loren Pierce'a buildintr.
Mit-s Bertha Hoffecker, who hns been
snoiiding July witli her aunt, Mrs. G.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O.senr Gnten liavo rented
he house of Mtirrv l'icicc mnl n ii ninv-
ng .in this week.
Mrs. Hntlinwav has rentpd tlin tpnn-
lipnt of Mr. Wolfe and moved in tho
lrt of the week.
O. H. HuttcrrtPhl of Athol. Mbrr..
ninc Suinla.v and siipnt the dav nt hls
loinc nnd called on relativcs.
Mrs. Kvu Taylor of Oranire. Miirs..
and Hon-in-law of Brattleboro wcrc
gucsta of her cousln, Mrs. Klvu Uusscll,
Mrs. Kinmn Htleknev nnd son-ln-lnw.
.Viureii Mlller of SnriniriieM ('t.
(nlled on Mr. nnd Mw, I. L. Htickney
Harry WnRte of Slielburnp Fnlls cnmp
1 tornlny to nep his fnthpr, C. II. AVnstP,
lio is iil. ur. upton cnine with hlm
in ronsultatiou with I)r. Wnlsh, Mr.
Waste is nioro comfortablc.
Arthur Hobprts of Brattleboro wns n
busine.ss visltor in thi villnge Mondny,
aeconipnnied by his mother, Mrs. Mnry
Hobcrts, who will spend thc week with
Mrs. Klvn BurscII and call on other
elatives nnd friend.s.
Mrs. Calistn Stonc of Wlmington wns
week-end visitor of her Mirents. Mr.
and Mrs. K. .1. HobertH. ller hiiRband.
Korest Stone. catue Sundav and thev re-
tnrned home iu thc ufternoiui.
Mrs. IIiieo Begieblntr of AdnuiH. Mnss..
wns u guest of her daughter, Mrs. Car
rio Kuberts. last week. called on old
ftionds and attended the nhiv. The N'oblo
Onlcast, glven by inemberH of thc Orange
l' riuiiy evening.
IOiuht nutomobiles from Snrlni'rield
(Vt.) came Sunday. brincinc -12 neoiile
to attPiid the servicca at tho Unlver.sal-
ist cliurcli, the party bo nir friends of
the pastor, Kcv. Clifford Stetson, who
lireached in tlielr clty two years ngo.
After the servieeH Hev. nnd Mrn. Stet
son went to Lnurel lnke with them,
where thcy hnd n iiicnic.
The Pln.v. Tho Noblo Outcnst. wns
giveii by n few of tbc members of the
(!range Inst Kriday evening in tlio North
IUver hnll nnd wus well nttendcd. Much
Dinise iR duc tho memlx'rs wlio ncti'd
their parts pxeeptionally well. The
Chnrleniont niusicians reiulerpd some line
M'lectioiiH. A good nuniber nttcnded the
daiice. About S10 wns cleared. Tho
sanie netorH proscnted thc plny in Chnrle
niont ruesduy evening.
Serviees Sundn.v. Anc. 0. nt 11 o'clock
in the rnivcrsalist cliurch. naKtor. Uev.
Clifford U. Stetson. Thc wubject is Up-
lifted Clirist. Sundny school nt noon.
riie services last Sunduv wero larirelv
attended, it being Ciiildren'.s dav. The
exercises were very good, consisting of
iiicniK nnd lecitiitions b.v tho children
and sermonette by thc pastor, also a
reading by -Mrs. stetHon. Suiit. I'otter
liad charirp' of tho nrnirram. Fonr eliil-
dren werc haptized by the pastor. l'eo
ile were present froin Greenfiehl, Brat
tleboro nnd Springlield (Vt.).
TIip Lndies' Aid poeletv lneets Thurs
duy .nf ternoon with MisB HnUio .Tlunnp.
Biin. Plnn nro 11iil' mnik' for tlie an
nnal sale whieh is to be held some time
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Landman returned
Rimiliiv frnm tbeir two week's vacation
with relatlves in New Hampshire. J.vle
Pieice has been workinj; as clerk in the
ptore during Mr. Landman s nb?cneo.
Atnpli Svmnnthv is felt for the Or
rin Sniitli famlly in CambridKeport
Iyiniui Glazlcr aud thrco daughtct's of
Newfane were recent gucsta of Mr. nnd
Mrs. II. K. White.
II. M. Wnrd of New York clty nnd G.
Abell Hnll of Boston are nt the Deer
I'nrk fnrm for n few days' Rtny.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mvron Crosler nnd Mlss
1'jllen Koouz of Slielbiirno Fnlls, Mhsh.
werc nt Hlllsldc cnmp Sunday.
I)r. and Mrs. Crnm of Colcraln, Mnss.
nnd Mrs. l'ntil llitchcock of Springlield
Mnss., visited Miss IOlinor Crnm at Ma
pleliurst lodgc Sunday.
Mrs. Frnnk Seolield nnd Misses Jnnet
Balrd, lOll.iilii'tli lloyt, Helen nnd Frnn
ci's Sherwood of Stamford, Coiin., nre
spendlng two weeks nt thc Iliirrimnn
Hecent guests nt Mnplehurst Lodge
nre: I)r. Niles and mirse of Newton,
MasH., Mr. Slgne Merrill nnd nlster,
Mlldred Lindstnlil of Boston. Albcrt
Dnhlen of Itendvllle, Miisr., Mr. nnd
Mrs. fleorge Clny nnd Mrs. Willinm
Vinton of Brattleboro, and Hev. and MrK
Cliarles Ilnrrlmnn and two daugliters cf
Albany, N. Y.
Healizing the pressing nced for dcntal
work in tliis part of the country, the
Ited (Voss has arrnnged with I)r. Arthur
.Gould of Boston for dentnl work for the
f-cliool children who wero found to necd
sueli work as the resnlt of tho school
medicnl examination. Dr. Gould will
liold ollioe hourN iu thc bank bullding iu
Wilmington beginning Aug. 7 and dur
ing thc reinainder of tho month. Ile will
work by nppolntmctit only nnd pnrents
oesiring worK ilono lor tlielr cliiltlren
nre nsked to mnke nppointincnts with
Mrs. II. K. Mnnn, chnirmnn of the Wil
mington Ited Cross, as soon as posslble.
This will bo nn onnortunitv whieh the
peojilo cannot uffo'rd to neglcct, ns tho
rates will bo inoderate nnd tlie enrc of
tlie teetli is very importaut to tlie gen-
W13UDING OK INTHREST IIEHE. I rrvpmblrd n rriiRhnl iltnhpnii Iminedlntely
aiier tlio nccidcntt Tlie truek wos de
Ilugli Evans Glven Award.
Tho nnnunl cift of $5 from the Urnin-
prd S. Gnl(- Fund for Good Boys, in
Guilford, hns becn presented to Ilugb 10.
I'.vans, l-l, son of .Mr. and .Mrs. Cliarles
K. Kvnns. nnd irrnndMon ln Tmvn f'lvrk
K. F. Evans.
This is' a small meinorlal fund estab-
lislied by the Gale famlly, thp income to
be given to some good bov of Guilford on
tlie 21M of July each year. forcvcr.
Miss Glndvs Kichmond is visitiuir nt
Miss Ilelen .TohnRon is visitinz Miss
l lanssa Itniiney m Saxtons Kivfr.
Mnnsfieldf nt .niirhlund furm, retuniU-i frr.nl,rt-Mr"-.-.Tr-M Ilrnphr Of North'
to her home in llaverford, Pa., Monday. 'anipton are visiting nt .T. Lowry's.
their bomo havlni.' been burned to tbc
ground last Fridnv. Mr. Smitli is a
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Smith of
Oibl Fellows. returned
Snturday from Memorial hospitnl, where
l.u mwlni'wviit. n Hprious oneration rpv-
eral weeks a"o. His friends aro plcascd
to hear of his recoveri'.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. A. Melendv. Mrs. Ber
niee Tyler, and Webster Melendv left
Fridav' mornintr for Swampseott. Mass.,
to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrold HiHsey.
Before returning they mnde n trip to
Boston, nrriving herc Sundav.
Unnl-er T?olief eorns initinted fonr nt
its lnst meeting. Tho members from
liondonderry hnd ch'argo of the refresh
ments of iee-cream and cakes. One of
these wns n bpnutiful birtbdnv cnko
with candles in honor of the birthdav of
the president. Mrs. Alice Parker, whieh
was that nipht. The eelebration was a
surprise to Mir.- Parker, who waR pre
sented a sum of money.
Several intereatcd parties nttcndwl
the electric power proieet meetinc at
North Londonderry Fridny oveninir. H.
S. Killelea of Brattleboro, electneal
encineer, wns present nnd cave a eom
plete report of thp coRt, method of eon
struet"ion nnd all items of intorest con
eernintr the pronoRpd lino from Mount
ITolly to this village. The rommlftee to
ennv'ps the territorv i Clvde Tutlle
for Weston. Georgp Williams for the
Torth vHlagc nnd John McAlister for
Miss Kllzaboth Undcrwood went
Wednesilay to nssist in tbc familv of
.Dr.II. L. Wntennan.
The Cliristinn Endenvor toplc for 1
npxt Sundny is. Iletter Uecreation. Rieh
ard Gale will be tho lcader.
Ilownrd Underwood will go Snturdny
witli Conipany I to tho nnnunl ciicamp
ment nt Fort Ethan Allen.
Guy Putnam is hnylng on his fnrmin
Wardsboro iMrs. Burke of New York
city is n guest nt Mr. I'utnnm's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Botheneourt of New
York city nre nt the home of their par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. II. Stratton.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fay Jacobs spcnt thc
week-cnd with Mrs. .Ineobs's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Richmond, in Westminster.
Mrs. Caroline Lnsher. n former stnte
missloiinry, wlio is boarding with Mrs.
linil in urattlelioro, was a visltor nt u
V. Miller'H Sundny.
Miss Ethelyn Underwood, stcnog
rnpiier nt uuniinm Jirotliers Uo., is
Rliendinc tlie first week of her vacation
nt Northfield nnd attending the confcr-
A freo communit.v nicnic. to whieh
everyone is invited, will be hcld on tho
farm of R. F. Evans & Son in the grovo
nenr Brond brook Wedncsdny, Aug. 0.
The Red Cross will have a tent for
weighing and measunng children of pre
school nge in the mornlng. A pieiiic
luneh will be enjoyed ut noon. Soft
drinks, ice-cream and candy will bc sold
on the groumls. V. K. Brown. Com
munity Service director, will bo present
to tnke elinrge of Ktiorts. Knmes. ctc. A
good time is plnnned nnd it is hopcd
tlie ptcnic will be well nttemleu.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hcnry Peasjo spcnt Sat
urdny with their son, Ervin l'ense.
A. A. Fnirbanks nnd son were iu
Springfiohl, Mnss., Jlondny on buslness.
Diiiner guests nt Mrs. Ncllio Bnrry's
niiniiiiy wero: ueorge itnnger, flnrvev
Canedy nnd grnnddaiiKhtor, Ettn Knotf.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Dnniel Long, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ferry of Holyoke.
rinniel nnd Kitty Riley, Miss Mnry
Long, Miss Florence Ballot, Miss Jose
phino Sheaffer. M!rs. Allen. M.r. nnd
Mrs. Vineent Sliechnn, nll of Ilolyokc,
nre guests for two weeks of Nellio Bnrry.
A crnin nool meetini? will bo liolil nt
Orange hnll Mondny evening at 8 o'clock.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Niles nnd David
Niles of Cirelevillo, O., are visiting at
.1. N. Plumb's. Tho Niles brnthers hnvo
been extensivo farmers in Ohio mnnv
A party wns given Mr. Fish of Spring
field. Mnss.. nt the Iiome of his brother,
Wijliam Fish, Wcdnesday evening. A
focial evenini: wns siicnt in l'miiicm nml
iniiMc. Refreshments of ice-cream and
rnke wero served. Mr. Fish rcturiied
to his bome Mondny morning.
Arthur Ogden is haying for Herberl
David Dcnton is cutting Arthur Wor
Miner Thonipson returned Snmlii"
from a visit witli relatives iu Colcr-xin,
Mrs. Wallnce is in West Brattleboro,
carint; for her daughter, Mrs. James
btark, anl littlo dnuglitcr.
Miss Harriet Piirriiigton of Shel
burne, MiiHtt., is spoiiilm. two wcpka iu
tho home of her uncle. Myron Thomp
Fred Stowe, Mrs. Susan Stowo nnd
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chickeriiip of
Greenfiehl wero in town maklng enlls
on oiii lricnUH suinlnv.
Mr. nnd Mrs. .Tnmes BoberlHon have
exchanued their farm for a houo iu
Greenfiehl, MaR., nnd expeet to move
lliero soon. Will uaruer tnkes posses
Rioit Scpt. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. William V. R. Ilolnn-
son nml three vouuirest ehildren. Don
ald. 1'Hliel and Dtiglar, came Snturdav
niirht from New York to spend n
month's vacation. They aro living iu
thc late Mrs. Lllen Jlincr s house.
W. L. Tavlor nnd Ivovi Mattoeks of
Wnlpole, Mns left for their home-'
!-iilurdnv nf ternoon. Wlnle visitini!
tho DoniRons last week all entoved a
trin to Bennington. Hien over the Mo
hnwlc trail. One nfternoon wns spent
on n trip to l liester.
.Mlss Gcorgiaiiiia McKcnn, l'oriucily
Hcnd of Onlc Grote Siliool, Marrlctl ln
West Townscnd, Jlass.
Tho weddlng of MIrr, GeorKinnna Ma
MeKenii, dnll)thtcr of Rev. .loaeph Mc
Kean of UW Towimcnd, Mnss., nml
formerlv iu .nipal of tlie Oak Grovo
school in Biattlcboro, and Harold Nor
inan Wood, t-on of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam K. Wood of CarlhiiKc, N. Y., took
pluco in tlio Baplist cliurch in West
Townsciid July 20, iu tlie Jiroscnce of
n conipany of friciuls und relatlves that
noarly (illed tho cliurch. Tho bridc
wore a rowii of wjilto georgctto crcpe
and Spanish hice ove,r satin, with n veii
eaught witli lilie((-of-tlie-valley. Nor
only ornnincnl wns n strini; of pearls, a
glft of thc hrldegroom. The ceremonv
was performed by Rev. Mr. McKcau,
wlio usod a doiihle riiiK service.
The matron of honor was Mrs. S.
Craik Swift, sister of tho brldo, wlio
wore copenhncen C'anton crcpe nnd cnr
ried nn nrm boiuillet of pink Rweetpeas.
Mr. Swift was bct liinn. There were
fonr bridesmaidR. Mrs. Kobeft Cushmau
of Yonkers, N. Y., Miss Lydin Wheoler
of Atlautn. Ga.. and Miss Kleanor San
liorn and Miss Mnrgarct Kico of Aincs
liury, Mass. Tho briilc entered on the
arni of her stopmother, Mrs. Joseph
McKenn. The cliurch wna bcntltifiilly
Mrs. Wood is a trraduate of the West
field normnl rcIiooI nnd hns been n snc
ppssfnl teneher in Beverlv, Mnss., the
past few yenrs. Her fnthcr, who hns
been pastor of the Bnptist chiireh in
West Townscnd, Mass., tlie past seveli
yenrs, formcrly wns pnstor of the Bnn
tist ehiirch in Townshend. Vt. Mr.
Wood is n graduate of thc Syrneiiie
husiness coIIcko nnd during the World
wnr served two vears in the navy. After
n weddinc trip throUKh the Adirondiu'ks,
Mr. nml Mrs. Wood will bo nii honie in
Goorjtctown, whero ho is munngcr of a
OAU ItADLY CRUSHEI).
taiued hero by Deputy Slicrlff Fred
t lessy, who served liapers ln a sult for
fhunnges of $11)0 iu behnlf nf John Cole
mnn, nnd wns tnken to thc Mnnlcy Broth
, ,Tlie siiit Is lirntight tlirough A. V. D.
Piper'H hiw ollice. while N. I). ClawRon Is
attorney for tlie defense.
LEAVE FOR OAiMP SATURDAY.
Brattleboro Mllllary Orgnnlzalions to
Stay Two Wcchs Eipilppcd Witli
The Rcgimeutal IIcnd(pinrlcr.s com
pnny, wlilch will proeccd to Cnmp Gov
einor llnrlness Snturdny mornlng witli
Conipany I nnd thc bund sectlon, is
rnpidly completing nrrnugcmeiits for Its
Ainoiig tlio eiiiipiieiit whieh IL will
tnke to cnmp is a radio o'utfit, consisling
of n Mpnrk trnnsnilsslon set. A lield re
ceiving set hns becn rcquisitioned nnd
it is expected to urrive nt cnmp shortiy
nfter (he coinpnny goes into cnmp. A
coniploto teleplione outllt will bc tnken,
ilieluding two 12-din nnd two four-drop
Kwitrbbonrds nud n mimber of cnmp and
field tclophoncs. A lield buzzcr, whicli
is u coinbiued iustrument for teleplione
nnd telegrapli, nlso will bo tuken. In
uildition, thero will be a bnzzor 'iihono
nscd for hecrel commiinicition. A com
plete outlit of Kignnl lamp.s and signal
lIutrM will be tnken.
The local inilitary units will lenve
Ilrnttleboro by spocinl train nt (I o'clock
Snturdny mornlng and vnrinus otlier
units from other town.s in the Htnte will
be plcked up enroiitc.
MotoriRls who drend to stop b.v the
rondsido to enjoy tbeir picnic luneh, for
fenr of fioison ivy, sliouhl bo comfortcd
by the recent. dlseovery by medicnl sci
entlsts tliat gnsollne is u surc cuio when
npplled to tho ulTcctod pnrts. Tho sooncr
It is npplled. nfter Infection, tho better.
bllt It is decliired lo bc elTective, if used
hours after tlie Irritatlon of tlie skin
addcd, If fprcnd Iu placen frciucntcd by
iiuts will Mjini cxtt'riiiljilU- thciii.
A plneh of sodn ndiled to the wnter ln
n vnse of llowers is fnid,to help Iu keep
Ing tliein fresb.
Wnter ln whtch potntnes have heen
bolled ! the very hest thlng to pponge
and fre.-hen up a sllk dre;H witli.
John Colcman's Fonl nnd Holyolic Trurlt
iu Colllsion Iu Wes.lmlii!tcri Coleman
John Coleman'K Ford, driven liy Mer
rill Coleman nnd contuining otlier youns
inen, wns in n coHision witli n truck
owned by tlie Riviero Transfer Co. of
Holyoke, Mnss., ln Westminster e.irly
Weduesdny morning, and while none of
the young men, who were returnliig from
BellowN Fnlls, were injiired the Ford
TO RECEIVE C.RAIN ORDERS.
.Mpii Niimed iu Various Tomis in Wlnd
liam County to Assist Farmen, Gruln
liol Pnigrcssing Well. ,
In order to assit tlie fnrmers ln plac
ing their orders iuore readily for graln
through tlie Knstern Stntes Fnrmers Ex
clinnge grnln pool. whieh is progressing
satisfnctorily in Windliam county, thc
following men liave been nained to re
ceive tlie orders for their respect'tvo
A. L. Miller, ernon : A. A. Dunklee,
South Vernon; R. A. Royd of Guilford
for Guilford. Brattleboro nnd Marlboro;
George Brniey. Putney: L. A. Miller,
Westminster; Fred II. Pnrker, Saxtons
River: (). W. Folletto, TowiiKhend ; W.
M. Winehester. Newfune; II. C. Stratton,
Jnmaicn ; A. W. Kiiigsley, Whitingham.
For Rtarcliing line blouf-es or drcsses,
try iising rice wnter, esiieeinlly if the!
nre likely to be exposed to the dnmp nlr,
ns thev will not no rendlly grow llmi). It
nlso gives tliem n lietter nppearauce, im
proves texture nnd color, nnd will not
stick to tlie Irons.
To run no rUk of yellowing n wnist
of white silk, orepe de sbine or georgette
when IniindCring, use wnter no wnriner
tlinu the teiiiperature of tlie hnnd. Wnsh
the wnist, wltliout Ronking, iu this wnrm
soupy wuter do not rub sonp on it
doing the work as qulckly ns possible,
nnd put it tlirough n second suds of tlio
snme teniperuture. Rinse in nevcrnl wn-
Tlio pnrnflin wliioii yon put on top of
your jeliey glasses shonld be ut lenst otie
eiglith ofviin iiieh thick. If tbinner thnn
this it islinble to break.
"Any odor plenniiig to ninn is offensivc
lo Ilys nnd will drive them uwny," says
Dorothy IJexter In the Barre Timcs. It
will bo Inteiestliig to ttv some of the
remedles hIic RliggeHts nnd see if they
work well. She lecommends tnking n
few cents worth of oil of Invender, mlx
ing wilh u little wnter nml sprnylng
nround the ro m wbeie liies nre with nn
oidlnnry ntomizer, In tlie diiiing room it
iiiny be sprn.ved nn ,, ttible linen with
ont hnrm. Tbe odor Is dlsngreenble to
liies, but refieshing to most people. Ger
nnlum, mignonette lieliotrope nnd white
dover nre offensive to liies nnd they
specinlly disllke the odor of lioiieysuckle
nnd bop blosiins. For n poison slie says
(o mlx together one table-ipoon of cream,
one of blaek pepper and one of brown
sugar. Put in n saueer. darken Uie room
exeept one window and in tliat Ret the
snueer. A sute wny of gettlng rid of
the Inseclii is to burn pyretlmm powder
whieh stupefies the Hies whicli must
then be sweiit up nnd burned.
Cnsnbn nnd honey dew melona may
be tested for ripeness in tlie snme wny
used to test otlier inelons. The larger
inelons of this type nro usunlly better
thnn the smnll.
In wnrm wenther. conked iintntoes will
keep niueli better if they nre not peeled
until you nre ready to wann them over.
Salt Pork nnd Potnto Scnllop: Dice
snlt pork nnd cover bottom of n pnn, ndd
n layer of wliccd potutoes on top of thnt
then a layer of onions, sliced tbin.
Sprinkle n speck of snlt nnd pepper over
onions. Then lill up the pnn nlternnlely
witli the pork, potatoes niul onions; ftilt
nnd pepper. AVhen dish is full, cover
with milk. Bake until potatoes nre done.
Mr. Cnrl Kint'sburv of Leominster,
Mass., called on friends herc recently.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Delbert Bohbins visited
relatives ln Cavendish rccentlv.
Miss Ililda Kstabrook of Boston U
spendiii!i her vacation at Frnnk Wil
linms's. Mrs. Mnrtha Tohtionn of Greenfleld,
Mas.. is visitini: her sister, Mrs. Min
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Colbv have re
turned to their home in West Clnrc
mont, N. IL. nfter visiting a few days
ut Frnnk Burbee's.
Sitpnr mixed witli n pint of wnter and
n.ade into n syrup to whicli a tnblespoon
ful of Kodium nrsenuto (poison) lias been
Fabrlc and Cord, tiuaranteed
20 Per Ccnt niscoimt
Teleplione 181-X and we will call.
00 So. Maln Strect
Ilerbert Merrill is ill with mensles.
Miss Lilla Marden is homo from Brnt
Asn Bacon and fnmily spent tho wcel:
end in South Roynlston.
Cliarles Davis of Ludlow wns n week
end visltor at A. II. Wade's.
Mrs. Follett of New York clty is ngnln
at Mnple farm for tho summer.
Williams Brnthers took nn nulomoblle
trip to Salisbury Heach and Boston last
Thero wns a meeting at TJnion hnll
Fridny evening to nec about electric
Mr. Macbeth of New 'York clty hns
joined his fnmily ut Hotcl Wantastlquet
for two weekn.
Benjnmln Chnrnock has finlshed work
In the blacksniith hliop nnd exppcts to
move hls fainlly hoon.
Leon' Ahlrich, who wns In Memorial
hospitnl fcpverul weeks, returned home
lnst week much improved ln health.
Miss Glndys Fnlby, who hns been ill
is ulile to sit up.
Miss Eisie Burrows is visiting her
uunt, Mrs. K. . Legate.
Tlie services will be dlscontinued dur
ing August in tlie Universalist cliurch.
Mr. und Mrs. George Gnble of New
ork visited tlie lirst of tlie week nt K
V ill (ioodnow nnd fuinilv nf (!reen
field visited his sister, Mrs. J. H. Thnyer,
aud famlly Miiudny.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Wells nml two
dnughters of Florence, Mnss., spent lnst
weeK at J'i. i' . Jivans h.
Miss Etliel Leach and two wards of
Troy, N, Y nre spendlng the summer
vacation witli Iier motiier, .Mrs. U, lcacli
Bulleta wero formerly mnde of stone.
You cnn't sleep in the cnlmest and
stlliest night, if your stomach Is weaU
clrculation noor. and diuestion bad.
Hood's Sarstiparilla KtreugtlienH the
stopiiu'h, improves tho circiilation, per
fccls (liKcstlon, and hrlugs about thnt cnii'
dition in whlch sleep Is regulnr nnd re
It does not do this ln n dnv. but it
does it Iiiih douo it ln thousauds of
Mlss Murv Lvnde of Gieenfield Mient
iast weoK svitli iier uncle, f;ibcrt Lymle,
Mrs. nllnre Johnson hns been in
est Brattleboro caring for her' daugh
ter, .Mrs. .Jiiiues oiuik.
Tliere will be nreaclilng Rervlces
usunl in the Baptist chureli next Sunday
iy ii. ii. 'jener ot liratlieiHiro.
Mlss Rosa Biiffuin of South Deerfield
Is spending the week witli her fntber,
Wlliier Uiilfum, nnd slstcr, .Mrs, Wal
lacn llunum, aud fnmily.
Mr. nml Mrs. A. T. Stenberg nnd tlireo
clilldren of New Hedford, .Mnss., visited
last week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Archlc
Plielps iu .Mnrlljoro,
Robert Wilson of Brideenort. Conn
who hns becn speudini' two weeks with
A. G. Nicliols's faiuily, went Tuesday to
Brattleboro to speiul n week with hls
nunt, Mrs. Arvine Pike, und famlly.
Up AgaliiKt It.
"AVhen I urow up." nollloqulzed the
littlo Meriden girl. "I inust havn a hus
band liko miuua ,lias oi bo nn old inald
liKo Aunt iSURiin. f ccrtaluly inn lu
bad flr," Meriden Jourunl.
First 12 Buffalo
On Main Strcet, In Buftalo,
one of thc biiBicst thorougli
fures, 514 drivc:3 of pa3
Bengcr cars, tnulor trtitha
and taxicnba were rrr.on'.iy
ii3ked "Wh'ir.h cacollrie c!o
ottestedby iiffidaviti-, shovtd
the prefercnce for Socony
to be jreater than for &11
other branda numcd. And
all throuuh' 'New Y orfe and
out as thc popular (jaaoline.
g you want in a gas
.Miss I'atlierine ( allinun is snenduiE a
few days nt Aork Ilnrbor, Me.
Mrs. Ilelen Aucur of Jnmnicn. N.' Y.
is a guest of Mr. aud Mrs. II. C. Wnr
C. L. Boonc of New York has been n
euest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Vt nrnock nt Thc
Burnettc Adams. son of Olivcr Adnms
of Brockton, Mass., spent a few days at
Tlm lnnlnpu '
Mastor (1 enn r.rnmnn. wlio hnd been
with friends in Putney several weeks,
came bome Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willinm G. Farrand of
(Vubiirn. Mass.. nre spending n few dnvs
with Mr. nnd Mrs. Cliarles Clnrk.
Mastor Archlo Adams of Brattleboro
is spending his vneation with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dnvis Adnms.
Misn Eunice Wnrnock is spendiui; the
week nt Goshen, Mnss., with her nunt,
Mrs. Ellswortb Plielps, nnd her grand
mother, Mrs. Mnther.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Adams. who have
been for two weeks with tlielr son, Roy
Aiiams ot i olcralii, .Mass., returned to
tlielr home Tuesday.
II. Whitney Sliaw nnd snn. Lnwrence.
cnlled nt the parsonage Saturday nfter-
nomi. .Mrs. u. v. fsiuiw nnd sons, ches
ter nnd Frnncis, wlio hnd spent the
week nt the narsonaco. returned with
tliem to Brattleboro.
Rev. and Mrs. Cliarles N. Thnrp of
Hojyoko, Mass., Kpent Sundny nt Tlie
Poplars. Tliey bad attended the North
field conference during tlie week nnd nre
on their wny tlirough the White inouii-
tnins (o tho iMuine coaut to spend n
Rcnlizlng the pressing nced for dentnl
work iu this pnrt of thc country, tbe
Red Cross hus urrungrd with I)r. Arthur
Gould of Boston for dentnl work for tlie
school children who were found to need
s'uch work ns the resnlt of the fchool
mcdiciil exumjnutinii. Dr. Gould will
liold olfioe houi-H in the bunk biiildlug In
Wilmington becinninir Amr. 7 nnd ilnr-
ing the rcmnimler of tho mniitli. He will
work by uppolntment oiily nml parents
deslrlng work done for tlielr clilldren
aro nsked to mnke nppoliitineuts witli
Mrs. II. 10. Mnnn, chuirninn of the Wil
mington Ked t'ross. ns soon ns nnssllilc
This will bo nn npportuulty whieh tlio
people cannot nffiird to neglect, iih tbe
rntes will be inoderutn nud the caro of
tlio teelli is very importaut to tlio gen
"IIow dldju get yoro kids to take them
deep.brentliin' exercises tlielr teuehcr wns
tellin' me about V" liiqtiircd Mrs, Jeter
oi ner oetier or worser.
"Gcit 'eni to uctln' lik'o thev wnn lnnilln'
men ln n iiltclier slinw," nnswered Clcin.
naiuer uouniy unu.) lmlex.
PROBABLY nine out of every ten Socony
users would tell you that they use it chiefly
because it is the most dependable in every
way, wherever arid whenever they get it. And
this is only one reason why Socony is the pop
ular gasoline today.
Experienced motorists pref er dependable pow
er, not aft occasional (lash of pep and a lot of
carbon along with it. They also prefer the
economy of greater mileage per gallon rather
than the "economy" (?) of a low price.
Keep your tank filled with Socony Gasoline and you will
get the most power uniformly that any gas can give you.
You will get the greatest mileage week in and week out,
wherever you happen lo go. You can alwayr depend on
Socony. It is straight-disiilled, pure and i7 always has the
correct range of boiling points in the righl proportion. (See
diagram and Note.)
You can usc Socony regularly because you can get it
wherever you go.
STANDARD OIL CO. OF NEW YORK
26 Broadway . .
SOCONY IS.LWAVS DEPENDABLE BECAUSE IT HAS
THE COMIECT RAHGE OF BOILI.VO.POINTS
PositiveSfortinif QulckPkk uprMaximumPowerMileo
AHD IN THE PDOPEP 'BALANCED pnOPORriON
NOTE "BoiHnc-polnt"i3 a common term in
the tjasoline tesling laboratory. Most liquids
botl (vaporize) nt one uniforrn temperature.
In the ca:ie of vatcr lliis lemperature, or boil-ing-point,
is 212 F. However, every gasoline
hn3 tnany boilinj points a whole series or
rance of them in tact. It is thia ranrje of boiling
points AND the proportion of each group of
them (low, mediuin and high) tliat really
determine the quality of a gasoline its vola
tility, power and inileage-economy.
SEG U.S. PAT. OFF.
Every gallon Dependable everyivhere
llU MDTDR II) r