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TTIH WhfiKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEDRUARY 5, 1019
Carl Way of W.-t Burke nr.-1 Miss
Bernice M. Scott of I.-land Pond wtro
fUictly married at th; rongrt.-i'atiunnl
parsonage i'l Island 1'ond, on 1 ht; eve
ning of Jan. 1-1. Mr Way is tin- son
of Mrs. Kmma G. Way of-ihi- place
and has spent most of his life in
town. He now has a good position
as clerk in ihe office of the Grand
Trunk railroad. Mrs. Way has liuen
a resident of Island I'ond for years
and is a popular telephone operator
there. The newly weds were the
gueits of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Way,
Mrs. lOmma Way and Mrs. Ida Tow
er:, on Friday and .Saturday. Mrs.
Way will continue her work during
the remainder of the winter, as Uu',
do not plan to go to housekeeping
u::lii spring West liurkc friends ex
tend cordial congratulations.
Mr:;. A. D. Fork is in Lisbon, N.
II., and other points in the interests
of the lumber business.
Mrs. U. O. KXur and Mi.;s KUanor
Brown of Lyndonville visited Mrs.
A ('. Che.nrv recently
Kittle Fannie Reed is sick with in
fluenza at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
K. J. Fo'-VKi where she has beet! cared
for during the illness of her parents.
Mrs. Kate Towle has .none to New
York for the remainder of the winter.
A. A. Moulton is working; for E. .1.
Mrs. Ida Powers went to East
Burke Sunday to attend the funeral
of her mother-in-law, Madam Pow
ers. Mrs. Richards of Derby spent a
part of the past week with Mrs. Ida
W W. Gallagher is in Barton and
vicinity buying hard wood.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Andrews ot
White River Junction were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Newman,
Mrs. B. 1). Ruggles was at St.
Johnsbury, Thursday to attend the
O. E. S. meeting.
Mrs. Dora Damon of Newark spent
the week end at W. W. Gallagher's on
her return from Montpelier, whore
she has been for several weeks.
Mrs. Jennie Batcheldei is working
at Ernest Warren's.
Miss Uo!'.i Chabot went to Sutton
Sunday ti work for Mr. and' Mrs.
Dr. H. i.-. Hcrvick was in Barton
the past week.
Miss Myrt.it Gaskill of Lyndon vis
ited Miss Pearl Densmove recently.
Fred Mr. i t ell of Barton spent Sun
day in tow. with relatives.
Warren Wheeler, who went over
with the 2(ith division has returned
on a 15 day furlough, a member of
Co. E, 103 rcg. He was in active ser
vice from Feb. 0 to July 13 when he
was wounded by a machine gun in the
t right side right knee and right arm.
He went through the hardest kind of
sen-ice with no rest and he, a mere
lad, only 18 years old, when he en
listed. He will return to the Walter
Reed hospital on next Monday
day for another operation on his knee.
Miss A very was called home on
Monday by the serious illness of her
mother. Her place is being filled in
the Orleans High school by Rev. R. A.
Ray Rex ford has finished his work
for the J. G. Turnbull Co. and goes
Feb. 1 to North Thetford where he
has accepted a position with the H.
P. Wood Co.
, Tuesday's list of American soldiers
and sailors held prisoners in France
who had been released included Capt.
Robert M. Deming of Burlington
Grow Larger Crops
With Less Acreage
New England Farmers even with the great
scarcity of farm labor will raise the larger crops
needed. You can grow more food on each acre
If you use New England Animal Fertilizers.
MEAT, BLOOD and DONE are the Animal in
gredients. They are natural fertilizers in them
selves. The addition of high-grade chemicals
gives your crops a quick start. They are de
pendable fertilizers particularly adapted to the
soils of New England.
i Many farms need Potash. We are st'ling a 4
Voter-Soluble POTASH Fertilizer. Ottsr early
hlle we can supply you. Write for our crop
. erature and the address of our nearest agent
cal agents wanted.
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EAST BURKE j
Charles Morse ha.-t received his (lis-J
chnive from Camp Forest, Va., anil
is visiting at Mr. Hardy's. i
Mi.-s Banian! of St. Johnsbury is:
helping care for itlrs. ante.
Mr. and Airs. Perry arc stopping
at George Gilson's.
Mis Shn burnt; Lang is confined to
the hou -e with a severe cold.
Mr. and Mrs. John Drown are both
confined to the house with a severe
John lio. obrooks is ill with a
All are ill in the Rev. J. Q. Angell
family but him with the prevailing
Mrs. Loncley of St Johnsbury s
earing for Mrs. Rose and little daugh
ter, who are making good recovery.
Mrs. Mabel Vance is much better
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts were over
Sunday visitors with friends in Wells
V. S. Sv.itzer ami wife were recent
visitors at Wilbur Duval's at Burke
I P. S. Rogers of Walden Heights
i has sold his farm and the stock yard
j and business to L. A. Farrington and
1 son of Cabot, who already have a
feed store at the Heights. "Phil" has
. done a lively business in horses and
j stock buying for Bicker's market,
I and will leave a lot of friends here.
It is not known what his plans are
for the future.
I There has been a variety of weath
er the past week, closing with a se
! vere blow, which but for the fact
i that there was but little snow would
have blocked the roads seriously.
Frlojir H.-iwes of Woodsville and
Phil' Badger of Marshfield were re
cent visitors in town.
Mrs. Helen Laundry has been ill
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Colin Cassidy visited
his parents last week.
The apron and necktie supper and
entertainment at the hall by the La
dies' Aid was quite well attended
and a goodly sum was added to the
Mrs. P. E. Hale, who has been
seriously ill the past week, is much
At the call of the pastor, a meeting
was held at the parsonage Wednesday
evening to consider the condition of
the church, and to make plans for the
future. A good number of men were
in attendance and a spirit of interest
in the work was manifest.
' f ALSE TEETH frold or l.rohcn sets.
V-.in-A Vt or writf for -art !-ii! ts-
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our apprecia
tion and sincere thanks for the many
acts of kindness shown by our neigh
bors and friends during the sickness
and death of our dear father and
grandfather also to the Jr. O. U. A.
iW. for the beautiful flowers.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Folsom,
Mr and Ms. Chas Benedict and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reis and fam
ily. Wheclock, Vt.
Mrs. Mary Stickney Lawrence of
j Rutland, who has been doing canteen
i work overseas, reached New York
Tuesday on the La Lorraine and then
came to her home in Rutland.
OUT IT IS
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this;
slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to
Foley & Co., ,J8:'i." Sheffield Ave.,'
Chicago, III., writing your name and,
address clearly. You will receive in'
ieturn a trial package containing1
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,!
for coughs, colds anil croup; Foley,
Kidney Pills, for pain in sides and
back; rheumatism, backache, kidney
and bladder ailments; and Foley,
Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and'
thoroughly cleansing cathartic, fori
constipation, biliousness, headache,
and sluggish bowels. Sold Every-
Mr-. Altie Burt is quite ill.
Mrs. Nula Estey is caring for her.
Dorothy Wood, who has been quite
sick is repoi ted much better.
The Lawson family arc being hard !
hit by sickness.
Mrs. A. C. Clark and son, Mam ie-",
who have been on the sick list, are
improving, and Frances is now sick.
Walter Clement, who has been in
very poor health all winter, is very
low at this writing.
Homer Mercier, who was taken sud
denly ill w;s operated upon Saturday
morning, the appendix being remov
ed. Dr. Allen of St. Johnsbury per
formed the operation.
Miss Doris Blanchard left Saturday
to visit her sister, Christine, who is
attending Smith college. She will
then join Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rams
dell, who are leaving tonight for a
trip to Florida, where Mr. and Mrs.
Itamsdell will spend the winter, and
Doris will be away about two months.
Deacon Walter Clement, who has
been in failing health for som? time,
passed away at the home of nis sun
Robert Clement, Sunday evening.
P. C. Lawson and son, Orison, also
Mrs. B. O. Spaulding, out of the
family up-stairs are all sick, with Hel
en and Edna Lawson sick down stairs
and Sunday morning, while eating
breakfast William Lawson was tak
en suddenly ill being unconscious for
a while, but it is expected that he will
be able to be on the street soon.
The population of our city was de
pleted by fully 75 on Friday night.
Word had been received that every
one was invited to a donation and
chicken pic supper at the town hall
at Newport Center. This was a Meth
odist doing and aroused the interest
of many. Some went in single teams,
and one c'.ouble team left from the
Methodist church carrying the good
people, who preferred to travel in a
class by themselves to retain their
reputation. About 25 prim people of
the upper class went on the Air Line
and some returned on the local, oth
ers on the late train. Then there
was the "Jolly Bunch" who left in a
double team from Humphrey's store,!
each with an appetite of his or heri
own. The team was over full but
every one was in good spirits, from
the little couple in the back end who
enjoyed each other's company behind I
the big muffs, and were not disturbed j
by the noisy crowd. The wind blew
a gale and the journey was plow.
However ir. clue season we were all
seated f t the tables where chicken pie
was set before us. This was followed
by pies of sl kinds, cakes, doughnuts
and coffee. Then came the literary
program, consisting of songs, read
ings and tablcaus. Some of the city's
choicest talent had been induced to
supplement that of the Center. A
long pause was followed by the ad'
vent of the city's male quartette, who
had been cut on a prolonged ramble
over the village for no one knew
what. Tha minister was the first of
the quartette to appear, evidently
having reformed from his wicked way
and by his example led back the otlv
er three, each one having a guilty ap.
pearance. However we were glad of
their return, as their selections were
good,, and it would never have
done to return to Newport city with
out them. After all was over and the
younger set who came in teams had
been sent home on the late train, be
ing provided with money to pay to
the conductor the required fee, and
each one explaining to him that they
were unable to purchase a ticket at
the station as the ticket agent be
longed to the eight hour men. After
about 85 had said this the conductor
drew a long breath and cried out
Newport. All of the Newport crowd
got off. The remainder of the party
that made up the two double team s
started on tbeir long trip homeward,
arriving before daylight, a wiser and
fuller crew. The sum of $123 w.v
added to ths church treasury as a 1 n
sult of the supper.
Mrs. Geo"ge Howe of Orleans visit
ed her sister, Mrs. N. L. Foster, the
latter part' of last week.
Charles Taylor and daughter, Bar
bara, of Beecher Falls, called on
friends in the city last week. Bar
bara remaining here while Mr. Taylor
made a business trip to Montreal.
Newport talent are to appear in a
minstrel show to be staged in Lane's
Opera House in the near future, the
proceeds fronj same are to go into
the honor roll' fund. j
Dr. G. H. Newland met with quite
a painful accident last week, when a
large stick of wood fell from the top
of a pile, landing on his foot and bad
ly jamming same. The Dr. is able to
attend to the office work
Raise More Food
Every New England Farmer can harvest
greater crops if he uses Lowell Animal
Fertilizers. Today the use of a dependable
fertilizer is an urgent duty. Fertilizers are
not an expense. The present high market
prices of all farm products make Lowell
Animal Fertilizers a better paying invest
ment than ever before.
Lowell Animal Fertilizers make the soil
fertile and keep the soil fertile. They are
superior to mineral or chemical manures
used alone, due to the organic materials they
contain BONE, BLOOD, MEAT combined
with essential Chemicals.
Good crops and big crops can be grown
with Lowell Animal Fertilizers. They save
labor, they grow bigger crops on less acreage.
Wise farmers will order now while all
brands are in stock. Raw materials are
uncertain. If your dealer cannot supply you,
write us and also ask for booklets and infor
mation regarding the crops you grow.
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED
We can now supply Animal Fertilizers guar
anteed to contain 4 water-soluble POTASH.
LOWELL FERTILIZER CO.
Coniolidated Rendering Co.
The examining of witnesses and
reading of testimony from the pre
vious trial in the Baldwin vs Gaines
case which has been on trial for two
weeks, occupied all of last week and
the court took a recess until today at
two o'clock, at which time the attor
neys begin to make their pleas and
.ias been fought by both sides and
with the Judges' charge the case that
watched with a great deal of interest
will go to the jury. The next case to
come for trial, will bo the State case
against Bert Kclsey charged with the
murder of James Allen of Orleans.
The ju--y htiVo been called back and
this case will begin early in the
Mrs. J. II. Martin is reported on
the sick list.
Percy Lawson is reported to
F. C. Woodruff is taking a much
needed rest from his place of busi
ness for a few days.
Alderman J. T. Gardner ha s been
confined to the house for a few days
Mrs. Harry Harvey of Lyndonville
was a guest of Mrs. B. T. Webb, on
Over 200 people of all ages gather
ed in the assembly room of the Meth
odist church to enjoy an "unusually"
good time on Wednesday evening.
Nearly all were dressed in an unusual
way. Old maids and matrons renew
ed their youth by dressing as fair
damsels of 14. Men in blouses and
knickers played unusual pranks of 40
years ago. Even the minister looked
unusually good when he entered
dressed in his Sunday best but on
removal of this garb another suit was
disclosed which would have done jus
tice to any farmer, and his wife was
a sweet little miss of four summers
with a dolly, who could cry. She was
kept quiet by a loly-pop, proudly dis
played. An unusually fine solo by Miss
Philips, accompanied by Miss Annis,
was one redeeming quality of the en
tertainment. The Ukcle Girls received much ap
plause and Tom Lynch gave a read
ing entitled "The Christening" With
several accompaniments. Unusually
fine apple pie was sewed with whip- j Mrs. Hilda Humphrey was absent
ped cream. This, with doughnuts and from the fourth grade school, Mon
coffee completed an unusual evening day, by sickness. ' ' 1
and $35 was credited to the treasury a :,, j ... . ,
of the Ladies' Aid t n'ne1and one-half pound boy was
ti, rf . t i lborn to Ml" an) Mrs. Wayne Davis
The literary part of the program o,lulJav FnK , ' s
mwtPd f fAnn.-na ,L,kf;J ha u,rtay. feb. 1. Congratulations
of the Star Spangled Banner by the I
entire company. Then came a lullaby ! Sickness once more visits the Law
by four little tots, after which "Im-j son family, this time it is Mrs. Wil
personator Missed His Calling Down- 'jilm Lawson, who was taken sick
ey took the part of a cream separator, Sunday night, making seven under
a parrot, a squirrel, a wheezy buck- j ono , oof-
saw and many other thincrs which J- F- Lambert left Sunday night for
will assure his miccess in this line of I Alabama, Ga., and other states in
work. Jana Willis spoke a. piece, andilie sou'h, in the interest of the Na
Mrs. Clai-k as Printer, assisted by the I tional Wrapping Machine Co. He
Printer's Dovil, read the Church expects, to be absent about a month.
Weekly, which Copy was somewhr1- OrieS -county court opened at 2
depleted by sickness of office force o'clock, 'yesterday afternoon at which
and reporters. However the alpha- tim3 Attorney Frank Thompson of
bctical jingles were worthy of note.
At the postponed annual meeting
of the Mernbhremagog Yacht Club,
held on Wednesday evening, Jan. 2'J,
the following officers were elected:
Commodore, George L. Frost; vice
commodoro, J. J. Rosevar; rear com
modore, Charles A. Brown ; clerk and
treasurer, Alfred E. Bishop; measur
er, George J. Eaton; fleet captain,
Fred E. Woodruff; directors, William
F. Pike Walter H. Cleary, George F.
Root, O. S. Searles, D. N. Dwinell.
The hand of death has again en
tered the home of C. H. McCauley,
when it hix o'clock Wednesday after
noon his mother, Mrs. Annie Mc
Cauley, passed away after an illness
of five days. Mrs. McCauley suffer
ed a shock Friday night after the fu
neral of her son's wife and on account
of her advanced age failed gradually
up to the time of her death. The
funeral sei vices were held at the
house this afternoon at 2.30. Mr.
McCauley and family have the sym
pahty of a large circle of friends in
this hour of sorrow. Further par
ticulars on the life of Mrs. McCau
ley will appear later.
Miss Jennie Lawson and her
friend, Ruth Holton of Lyndonville,
spent the week end at William Law
son's. Miss Marion Dane was united in
marriage a the home of her brother,
Walter Dane, 9 Saxon Road, Newton
Highlands, Mass., to Stanley G. Judd
of Cobleskill, N. Y., on Saturday,
Jan. 25 at one o'clock p. m. The
bride was attended by her three niec
es, the Misses Harriet and Helen
Dane as flower girls and Miss Bnr-
bara Dane as maid of honor. After
a snort wedding trip the young couple
will reside in Cobleskill, N. Y The
bride was one of Newprot's popular
young ladies, last fall she accepted
position as preceptress of the
Newport high school, and filled the
position in r. most satisfactory man
ner and was with much regret that
her resignation was accepted, she has
a host of friends which extend their
congratulations and wish Mr. and
Mrs. Judd a long happy life.
L. J. Manuel is reported as quite
Mrs. Nelson Caron was taken to the
fet. Johnsbury hospital last week,
where she underwent an oneraHnn
Barton made the ftrt plea for tin
plaintiff, followed by Attorney K. A.
Cook of Lyndonville. for the defend
ant. Court then took a rece.s until
'. o'clock today, when Attorney Dane
of Boston ar.i Seniles of St. Johns
bury will clo.-e the arguments, and
with the judge's charge the case will
go to the jury. The case has attract
ed a great ileal of intcret, the court
room hein crowded each day.
Dec. 1, V.I18.
Mr. C. K. Tetreault,
82 Pleasant St.,
From the time we left the States
until now we have not been allowed
to say anything excepting that we
were alive and well or sick, as the
case might be.
But now we are allowed to say a
few more things. That is, we can
give a few dates and what we have
done and the place in which it took
place together with a few details.
Well, father, I will profit of the
occasion ti say a few things that I
have experienced in the past six
First, we sailed from New York,
May the Cth, on the British Merchant
Ship, "Moldavia." This was on a
Monday, about noon, arriving at Hal
ifax two days later where we stayed
at the dock until Saturday noon when
we started across on our seventeenth
day on the water, (May 23) at the
entrance of the English Channel we
were aroused at 2.40 a. m., when
the ship was torpedoed. There was
great excitement for about two
minutes, then all went on deck to
wait for the orders to lower life boats
and rafts. The moment the ship was
struck it was veered towards shore,
both to avoid another hit and to try
to reach land. Twenty minutes later
the water had reached the engine
room and stopped the engines and we
were still about 14 miles from shore.
The life-boats and rafts were then
lowered on, luckily, still waters and
we floated around for about a half
hour, then boarded submarine des
troyers which had accompanied us
for two days. We remained near the
Moldavia until it had sunk out of
sight, then we were headed for Do
ver, England, where we arrived at 12
noon and remained there in a large
hotel for two weeks.
From Dover we crossed the Chan
nel to Calais, France. The first two
nights we got another taste of war
in a different form. This was bv
Geinian airnlanes dropping bombs in
the city and near the camp.
Aftar remaining in Calais about 10
clays, we were sent to Ussy-sur-Marne
passing thiough Paris. Here we
trained until the 2nd of July. On the
3rd we went t" " u"
tion of the I
It seemed as
come to Pari
soldiers and t
walked on ro.
along the pari
Paris we stayed in the Grand Palais.
We had the afternoon and all night
to enjoy the gentleness of the
Leaving Paris on the 5th of July,
we went back to Lizy; and on the
18th of July we were up at the front
at Courtchamps, near Chateau Thi
erry. The 22nd, we went back into
reserve and on the 4th of August
went back to the front at Fismes, on
the Vesle River between Soissons and
Chateau Thierry, where I was wound
ed by a shrapnel and sent to a hospital
at Mars-sur-Alliers, near Nevers,
Nievre; frcm hospital to convales
cent camp at St. Agnan via Bourges
and to another replacement camp at
St. Dizier via Tours, Blois, Orleans
and Troyes. From St. Dizier I re
joined my company at Rampont in
time to go to the front with them
near Verdun, Sept. 25, 1918, where
we took Montfaucon and drove back
the enemv about ten miles. We were I
relieved Oct. 23 and have been hiking
over a hundred miles since, till we
reached this place for occupation,
and we expect to go some more soon.
The next letter I write to, you may
contain a few details about the way
we amused ourselves at the front.
The 4th Division, (to which I be
long,) has received salutations from
Have you received a book from
Paris, from Stars and Stripes Press,
entitled the "Yanks"? It is a book
of stories written by members of the
A. E. P. in France. '
Well, I think that I have told you
all except that I am in perfect health
and hope that you and the rest of
the family are also.
Hoping to hear from you soon, I
Tf our loving son,
Pvt. Thomas B. Tetreault,
Co. A, 58 N. S. Infantry,
A. E. F.
Mrs. Flora Jenne is taking a vaca
tion from the L. O. Drew store.
Mrs. Altie Burt is reported as being
Sidney Tisdale, one of Middlebury's
oldest citizens, died at his home in
East Middlebury at the age of 90
years and four months. He was a na
tive of Chesterfield, N. Y.
Miss Mabel H. Powers of North
Hero will sail the first of February
from New York with the Armenian
and Syrian relief commission as a
Red Cross nurse. A number of them,
are booked to sail on the first boat
foj: the Mediterranean that leaves
Don't wait until your
cold develops Spanih
Influenza or pneumonia.
Kill it quick.
Standard rold remedy for 20 year la tablat
form safe, sure, noopiatea breake up a cold
in 24 boura reltevea grip in 3 day a. Money
buck i f it f aila. The genuine box haa a Red top
with Mr. Hili'a picture. At All Drug Store.
St. Johnsbury Center
Mrs. Hallie Spinney went to Bright
look hospital last week for an opera
'tion. Clarence Colby, who returned from
Buffalo a few days ago, has gone
to work for Parker & Young Co. at
Wallace Harriman of Somervillc,
Mass., visited his mother and sister,
Mrs. Harriman an d Miss Helen Har
riman, a few days last week.
Bernard Stafford is sick at his home
here with the prevailing distemper.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duclos have
moved to Concord. They have been
living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Maud Benedict is sick at her home
with the fiu.
J. E. Goodwin of North Hadley is
the new station agent here.
Mrs. C. I. Hall spent the day Fri
day visiting relatives in St. Johns
bury. Mrs. Harley Wheeler and Mrs. Wil
liam Powers was a business visitors
in St. Johnsbury Thursday.
Mrs. Henry Davis spent the Thurs
day with her daughter, Mrs. Rex
Miss Jessie Williams came home
Wednesday and returned to Concord
Coiner, Thursday called by illness.
Earl Hill of Camp Mills has been
discharged. He visited his cousin,
Mrs. Glen Ayer, before going to his
work in Windsor.
Mrs. Raymond Whitney spent the
day Wednesday visiting Mrs. George
Nichols, at St Johnsbury.
Miss Sadie Hooker is spending two
weeks with relatives in Boston.
Buy Swasey Bean Pott
Of your Grocer, Hardware
Dealer or Crockery Store.
Be irare and net a Swey
Mean Pot and enjoy good
baked Heana. Np way to
bake henna with
If you arc "run down" or out of
condition, if sluggish bowels have al
lowed poisonous impurities to accu
mulate ir. ycur system you are liable
to suffer severely with the grip. Dr.
True's Elixir, the famous household
remedy of 67 years' reputation, may
ward off the grip or make an attack
light and easily thrown off. Why?
DR. TRUE'S ELIXIR
is a vegetable medicine that puts the
system in good condition, prevents
and relieves constipation, stimulates
the appetits and improves the diges
tive powers. It can do no harm. It
is purely ve getable. Ask your drug
gist for it, or write DR. J. F. TRUE
& CO., Auburn, Me. 40c,60c, $1.00.
WANTED One Veneer Cutter, one
clipper man in Nov Ungland Mill.
Address E, Caledonian.
WANTED Salesman. Active, ener
getic salesman, with or without sell
ing experience. Opportunity to estab
lish in own community business pay
ing $4 to $8 per day. Stetson Oil Co...
Station E., Cleveland, Ohio.
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
snter training school for nurses. For
particulars apply Vermont State Hos
pital for the Insane, Waterbury, Vfe.
FOR SAL2 Three registered Hol
stein Bull Calves from 2 weeks to S
months old, also one 14 months' old
and a good one. These are all first-
class individuals and wen bred. Also
five 50-pound shoats. O. N. and C. C.
Drew, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Tel. Dan
ville 23-21, R. F. D. No. 3. 159 tf.
WANTED Young women between
19 and 35 years of age, havinff1 one
year high school work for our Reg
istered School of Nursing. New class
forming. Apply Superintendent, Sa
ratoga Springs, New York.
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