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TIIK WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920
' . ! tor it two week vacation.
The Evening Caledonian 1'ublisl ing ,
St. Jolinsbury, Vermont j
ARTHUR F. STONE, Editor
Entered at the. St. .JolmKbilry rosloffice
M mail mutter of llio second class
TEEMS OF SUBKCBIl'TJON
Six Months 7.jc
One Year to any Address ?!.:
Spelling schools revived in ruril
districts. The Caledonian-Rcc8'-d
hpts on Grandmother and Aunt liet-y
against tho college students.
'it appears from the internal rev-,
cnue ruling on poker winnings, t!i:ii !
even the kitty is taxable. j
hleitnor IV.-1 injured lierscli
v. Idle nut sliding tearing; the liga
ments iinrj knee rap IT A doctor w.is
called and the Icy put in a pla.-tcl
ea-t. She will prnlmldy be in bed
Mrs. Jjnlinger left for her home ,:i
Wyoming Saturday taking her young
est grandchild with her.
Mrs. Jielden has been confined to
the house the past week with a sev
Miss l-'va Rosebrook was a week
end visitor at the home of her aunt.
Mrs. Alvin Dodge.
Mildred Spinney returned Monday
from a visit anions relatives in Mc
No cases o spims fever am
feeling are reported among the
inn' crowd when a dance la-itng until
3 a. m., is arranged.
TRAINOR IN THE F IELD
The St. Jolinsbury friends of Ray
mond Trainor, who begun as a law
yer in this town and later moved to
White River Junction, will be inter
ested to learn that he has announced
his candidacy for Congress in the
Second district against Congrcssnv.m
The action was in rc.-ponso to a set
of resolutions adopted by the Labor
unions of Wilder, asking him to be
come a candidate. He will run as a
! Arthur Rnrlock is ill from pneu-
monia. Frank Ilonnett is caring for
Carroll C'obleigh i ill from the
Fred Smith who has been quite dl
t is improving.
Airs. Earl Ruck-minster, St. Johns
! bury, visited her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Renjamin (ileason part of last
W. C. Lewis of Littleton, N.. II.,
came Saturday to the home of his
mother, .Mrs. L. M. Lewis. Mis W.
C. Lewis has been spending the week
Mrs. W. ). Chaplin spent the ween
end with Mr. Chaplin at North Thet
l'ord. Charles Morgan was in Victory Fri
day on business.
Mrs. C. A. Miltimore was in St.
local option candidate and announces
that he will favor re-submission of
the 18th amendment for federal pro-j Jolinsbury over Friday nin'ht, a guest
hibition, and, if elected, will vote foi of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miltimore.
the unconditional repeal of the Vol-j Mr. and Mrs. Felix McQueen and
stead enforcement act. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miltimore were
Capt. E. W. Gibson of Urattleboro j Sunday guests tit Green Mountain
has also announced his candidacy for - Hall.
ton, X. II., we.e called heiejand is small compared with D.itona, ' Danville line, llyegiite and South
lay by the illness and death of; but the weather being "so fine and : Ryegate and (lioton. They installed
Jacob Richardson Sr. F. I Kirliard-.-on
came Sunday. Mi. Richardson
parsed away Saturday evening.
Fred lirewer was a business visitor
in Island Fond and l.eiiiington la 4
Mr. ami Mrs. George Reilell. Wat
er! ord were at Cvrus Lewis' Sunday.
Congress in this district and from now
on the contest will be watched with
Miss Nellie Edmunds has been
home from the Institute the past
week caring for her mother, who has
been quite sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Cole and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. George Cole, were
Sunday visitors at Asa Hunter's.
Ira Hunter is able to be up a part
of the time from his recent illness.
Guy Frasier and daughter, Donna,
of Island Pond were recent visitors
of his mother and brother, Carl.
Miss Lizzie Jenkins is with her sis
ter, Mrs. Will Kelley in Kirby for a
Rev. J. Q. Angell was called to
East Haven Monday to officiate at the
funeral of Mrs. Harris Lund.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Colby of Lyn
don Corner were Sunday visitors at
A. B. Colby's.
Will Hamilton has finished work at
Mt. View and gone to Bristol, Conn.,
where he has employment. He will
move his family there soon.
Mrs. Gilbert is gaining from her
recent severe illness.
George Hubbard was a business
visitor in St. Johnsbuiy Tuesday
Mrs. Alfred Burrington and baby
from West Lebanon, N. II., arc visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Mrs. Jesse Drew of Woodsvillc litis
been spending a few days with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knapp.
' Mrs. B. W. Streeter visited rela
tives in St. Jolinsbury Monday and
Mrs. Ed Aldrich is caring for her
mother at Lyndon Corner.
Will Hamilton has returned from
Connecticut and returned to work at
Perley Edmunds has finished work
at Stinson Lake and is spending a
few days with his parents before
commencing work at Newport Center.
R. A. Eggleston has been much
worse the past week, and his son,
George, wife and son from Canaan
Center, N. H., are here, called by his
A. B. Colby had quite a bad spell
Saturday with neuralgia round the
heart, and is still confined to his
Mr. and Mrs. Han-is Jenkins of
Speedwell Farms spent Sunday at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. P. S.
Mrs. V. L. James went Saturday to
Lynn, Mass to visit her son and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur James.
Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Chase and
Earl Beard are ill with the grippe.
. Kenneth Stafford has finished work
at Stenson Lake and gone to Lowell,
Mass., wheer he has a position.
John Drown and wife are to move
from the tenement over Amasa Gil
bert's into H. E. Jenkin's house.
Bemice Holbrook of Lyndonvillc
is spending a few days with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. Mathers has returned home
from Rev. Mr. McFarlane's in Lyn
donvillc where she has been nut-sing.
' Miss Floy Gibson returned to her
HE COULDN'T STRAIGHTEN UP
.James Carman, Mayfield, Ky.,
writes: My back used to hurt me at
tinies and I could not get straight for
bnlf an hour. I took Foley Kidney
Pills and have not had the trouble
since. I cannot say enough for them
and their great work." Foley Kidney
Pills help the kidneys do their work
in ridding the system of the poison-
Cast matter that causes so many
1 and Vpains. SOLD EVERY-
S. J. Harding has spent the past
week in Vershire.
Miss Alice Reed is home from her
school in Fitzdale for a short vaca
tion. Visitors in St. Johmbury during
tho week were Mrs. S. J. Harding,
and son, Wendell, Mr E. I Lee,
Mrs. E. A.Gray, Mrs. O. W. Raker,
Miss Ruth Hastings, W. H. Foster,
F. E. Hastings, W. O. Rocheleau,
Charles Morgan, Frank Joslin, Mrs.
Emma West, F. A. Lewis, Miss Rose
Among those confined to the house
by slight illness the past week are
Merlin lirndsh'aw, Walter Douglass,
Jr., Fred Smith, Emmett Grant, Char
les !. Stanley.
Mrs. Nettie ). Hill has been quite
ill the past week.
L. E Smith was in St. Johnsbuiy
George Smith, St. Jolinsbury, visit
ed his mother, Mrs. L. J. Cooper over
1 hursclay night.
William Streeter was called to Su
ton Thursday by the critical illness of
his daughter, Mrs. Bernie Blair.
Lester Woodbury is at the home of
his uncle, . P. Streeter, during his
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hunter were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Mrs. Hiram, Wood, Kirby, has been
a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Coons was in St. Johnsbii'y
Mrs. Dudley Walter was in White
field, N. H., from Tuesday till Friday
to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin McQueen was a business
visitor in St. Johnsbuiy, Monday.
Miss Mabel Williams has returned
to her work in Lyndonville.
Mrs. F. L. Carpenter has returned
from St. Johnsbury-wherc she was
called by illness in the family of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Davis.
Regular meeting, Concord Grange,
No. 408 Friday evening, March 2(1.
Lewis Carpenter has returned from
Miles Pond where ho has been visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. Frank Proctor
Henry Pooler is working for Will
Mi. and Mrs. John McGuirc have
gone to St. Jolinsbury to live.
Miss Lena Williams has returned
from a visit to St. Johnsbuiy.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bishop who have
been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Williams go to Bishop's Crossing, P.
Q., this week.
Richard, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Williams who has
been critically ill is improving.
Mi. and Mrs. K. F. Richards spent
Sunday at h. K. Richards', Kirby.
Charles Richards spent part of the
past week in St. Johnsbuiy with her
sistei'fciMiss Lou Richards.
Mrst Thomas Nugent of Victory is
spending short time with her
rothcr, D. J. Lunnie.
E. K. Richards has had his head
of cows tested by Dr. Canty for the
government and state tuberculin test
and found in perfect condition.
Charles Taylor and Frank Ranney
were visitors in St. Johnsbuiy Sat
urday. Miss Lou Richards spent the week
end at her home from her school at
St. Johnsbui y Academy.
Mrs. J. R. Ralston spent Wednes
day at the home of her brother, Ray
mond Goodwin, Lyndonville, her son,
Kenneth, remaining till Saturday.
Mrs. E. J. Cote of Concord, Ralph
Chase of East St. Johnsbuiy were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman
Miss Alida Cote and Miss; Flora
Cote were over Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Asselin, St.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Southworth and
son, Francis, and Miss Edith Huteh-
DEATH OF MR. RICHARDSON
Jacob Richardson, Sr., passed away
at the home of his ton, Jacob Rich
ardson, Jr., Saturday evening after
an illness of several weeks.
Mi. Richardson was born in Con
cord, November 7, 184(1, son of Ja
cob and Irene (Hovey) Richardson,
one of a family of six children. He
is only survived by one sister, Mis.
Helen Stockwell of this town. Dec
ember 2, 18(12 he married Lavina A.
Kellogg. Four children were bo.n
to them Fred E. and Frank M., of
Littleton, N. 11., Ida M., (Mrs. Har
ley Pike), Waterford, Jacob Jr. Mrs.
Richardson passed away in April,
li.Uo Mr. Richardson's whole life was
spent in the town where he was born,
living on the home farm until li)l:l,
when he came to this village to re
side. He has been a public spirited
citizen filling successfully most of the
town offices, a man of pleasing per
sonality. He will bo greatly missed
by both young and old. Besides his
aged sisters, his sons and daughters,
he is survived by seven grandchildren,
all of whom were present except the
two sons of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M.
Richardson, Gerald K., of Boston,
Mass., and Guy L. of New York City
anil the sister, Mrs. Stockwell, and
grand laughter, Rebecca Richardson
of Littleton, N. II.
The funeral was held from the Uni
versalist church Tuesday at 12.30.
Rev. P. J. Maclnnis oftiicating. Rev
George S. Smith of the Methodist
church sang appropriate selections.
The bearers were three sons and the
son-in-law, Mr. Pike.. Interment was
in the family lot. Among those from
out of town to attend the funeral
were Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Richardson,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Richardson, Carl
Frederick and Ellsworth Richardson,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis, Henry
Bailey, Tom Albce, Ronnie Elliot,
Littleton, N. H., Dan T. Oilman,
Harry Day, Will Richardson, James
Frye, Loren Hastings, Charles Gee,
George D. Carlcton, ' Mrs. Mosley
Hovey, CharlesRoss, Walter Kellogg,
Mrs. John Montgomery, Edward
Spaulding, St. Jolinsbury, Mr. and
Mrs. Milo Ladd, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Sunbury, C. C. Walter, Freeman
the air .-o clear that it is surely the I
best day that I have spent at any
beach yet in Florida. To get to the
beach you have to go to Melbourn j
town, then cross the Indian river in
a small steamer. They are building j
a cooler last year at a considerable
The Academy closes March 2(1 for
one week's vacation.
It is expected the district schools
will begin on Monday, April (i.
Miss Geneva Chandler who went
home Friday on account of her boi.vr
Henry Clifford and George Ailes
spent Wednesday at St. Johnsbuiy.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Partington
and Mrs. Carl Woods and Mrs. Olar
Woods attended Mrs. Fred Wilson's
1 uncial at Walden last week Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woods are
rejoicing over the birth of a son
born February 21st.
Mrs. Elsie Bovee and Otis Brickett
spent Monday at Marshfield.
Charles Swasey was a business vis
itor in St. Johnsbuiy Monday.
Mrs. E. F. Ayer spent Wednesday
at Danville with her daughter, Mrs.
ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER
The Calumet Club will hold a box
social and entertainment at the Con
gregational church vestry on Friday
evening, March 2G. The program of
the evening- to be announced later.
Joseph Jock from Waterford is
stopping with his daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Fred Simonds of Claremont,
N. H., is spending two weeks at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Powers.
Mrs. Hurley Roberts of St.
Jolinsbury spent Friday visiting rela
tives in this place.
Miss Ella 'Robinson was operated
on for adenoids and tonsils recently
at Brightlook hospital.
Miss Muriel Darling, a nurse at
Brightlook hospital, spent Sunday af
ternoon with Mrs. Fred Simonds.
Mrs. Drew of St. Johnsbuiy visit
ed her sister, Mrs. Charles Bennett
one day last week.
George Wheeler who has been stop
ping for some time with his son, Har
ry Wheeler, returned to his home in
There was considerable excitement
in this place Sunday morning when
quite a good sized crowd gathered to
see the men finish clear up the wreck.
The cars in the river were easily lift
ed out by the steel derrick. One of
the cars was so badly damaged that
it was burned so only three had to be
lifted from the river.
Henry Gallagher came home from
Brightlook Hospital, Monday.
a bi idjiacross. The piles are all in, j to Natick, Mass., last week came i
me stringers on ami a part of tho
floor laid. When this bridge and the
permanent road to St. Cloud are fin
ished, Mclhourn beach is sure to
have a boom in my opinion.
Today the temperature is just right
to sit on the sand and with a light
coat on and see old ocean roll and
roll. As I looked out I saw something-
rolling- and playing in the surf,
then another and nnothei-.'anolsays ,
"Js that a whale?" and they told me
they were porpoises playing. Well,
they surely were having- a fine tin?.
I did not see the whale, but they
claimed there was one off shore last
Sunday, but he did not show up for
Well, it is after 4 o'clock and the
last boat, goes across at 4. 'JO, so we
pick up some shells to show the folks
at home, and start back toward the
river. One las lok at old ocean, the
whistle blows and we. go aboard the
steamer and are off. The river is
beautiful, the sun is setting, the wat?:
is perfectly smooth.
We are 24 tired, but pretty content
ed people. Sea gulls and pelicans arc
Hying all around us, and ducks, the
Indian river is full of wild ducks, all
but wild. They are protected by the
law and they know it. There are
more than you can count all around
us. They are swimming- within 100
feet of the boat all the way across. As
we come up to tho dock the same
darkies that we saw fishing in the
morning are still there. A darkie
here with a fish pole is surely the
most contented mortal I ever saw. I
wondered as I looked at them how
they would act with a shovel in their
At 5."0 we are off the boat and
making our way to an eating house,
a hungry crowd. We fill the chairs
and one orders this and another that,
but when the darkie ladv came to me
I said , bread and milk. She looks her
sut prise and begins about ham and
eggs, etc., but I hit the table with
my hand and sai:l bread and milk
and butter and she hustled. You
can get what you want down here
if you have the price and can use
The bread and milk was fine. It
made me think once more of homo.
At (.15 we hear the auto horns, the
cars roll up, and we are off to St.
Cloud, r() miles away.
Mrs. John Mackay who has been
in failing health for some time passed
away Saturday at the home of E. R.
Afcickay. The funeral was held on
Monday and burial at Peacham.
Miss Dorothy Mackay is home from
Mr. and Miv.Ray Kinerson . an:l
son , Kenneth,- were at St. Johnsbuiy
last week on account of the illness
of Mrs. Carl Fuller. Mrs. Kinerson
will remain over there for a while.
Mrs. Walter Thorite is quite sick
with bilious fever.
George Darling has a new pair of
western horses from Oilman Bros, at
Orange Taylor has gone to work
for the Bickford sisters in sugaring.
W. S. Sanborn will work for Ed
Mrs. Kinney who has been nursing
in the family of Mr. Hance, has re
turned to her home at Barnct
Mi-, and Mrs. R. B. Kinerson were
at St. Johnsbuiy last week.
Mrs. Augustus Tellier of Groton
who has been caring for her daughter
Mrs. Sidney Farrow, has gone home.
Mrs. Maude Pollard who has been
very sick is much better.
The last number of the lecture
course was given on Wednesday eve
ning and was much enjoyed by a good
Mr. and Mrs. Neald Montgomery
and son, of Hardwick are visiting at
Mrs. Mary Craig's. Miss Jeanctte
Craig of Waterbury is expected to
day. Mi. and Mrs. Walter Brock took
their daughter, Marjorie, to St.
Johnsbuiy Monday for an X-ray examination.
Francis Churchill is working for
Roy Bros, at East Barnet.
Miss Lena Wheeler and Mrs. Rob
ert Butson were at St. Johnsbuiy last
week, also Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wheel-
WEST BARNET I
DEATH OF MRS. FISHER
Tne Community was saddened the !
evening of March 12th to hear .if !
the death of one of our young- ladies, I
Mrs. Rebecca Fitzgeralds Fisher, at j
the Frost Sanitorium at St. Johns-
bury. Rebecca Fitzgeralds was the ,
daughter of William and Margarest
(Nutter) Fitzgeralds, born in Stougn- j
ton, Mass., March 19, 18S8. Nov. 20, !
1918 she was united in marriage to j
Frederick L. Fisher. Rebecca has ,
spent the most of her life here, mart- i
ing many friends who will miss her ;
sunny face. She was a devoted mem-1
ber of the Presbyterian church tf
this place, always present when )
health permitted. Owing to '11 1
health she was confined to the house ;
a great deal. Much sympathy is fell
for her devoted husband and baby
girl, Margaret Ellen, 12 days old, who
will never know a mother's love. Be
sides these sho leaves to mourn her
early death, an aged mother, and an
only brother, wife and son, many i
other relatives and a host of friends. !
The funeral was held at her home
Monday p. m., Rev. F. H. Laird offi
ciating speaking many words of com- ;
The flowers were many paying in
their silent way their tribute of love, j
A pillow from husband and mother;
carnations, brother and family and j
uncle and aunt; roses from school- !
mates; bouquets of half blown mosj
rose buds from Mr. Bushway; a white j
geranium in full blown from broth-
er's wife. Interment; was in Stuart
Mr. and Mrs. George Blain are
spending a short time here owing to
shortage of coal in Tilton, N. H. i
Mrs. C. D. Fitzgeralds and Freder- i
ick Fisher were in St. Jolinsbury Sat-1
Mrs. Rosie Warden, Mr. and Mrs.;
George Blain spent Friday at E. S. :
The Missionary meeting met at1
Hemy Roy's Thursday afternoon. ;
Mis. Edgar Strobridge is very ill. ;
Her many friends wish her a speedy ,
Charles Choato Jr., is ill with pneu
monia. His aunt, Miss Atlanta Field. j
ti nurse from Hartford, Conn., is car-
ing for him.
A new furnace is being installed j
in the church. I
Mrs. Ifomcr Stanton and little
daughter, Elizabeth, arc visiting rela
tives in Lunenburg.
Miss Thelma Burbank who has
been visiting at C. B. Stevens' has re
turned to her school at Morrisville.
Dr. and Mrs. William Hamilton of
St. Johnsbuiy spent the week end at
Mrs. Robert McGill and daughter,
Rena, are the guests of relatives in
Rev. David Hickland and Frank
Bickford of Danville were business
visitors in town Thursday.
Supper will be served at the church
vestry on- Wednesday, March 24,
from 5 to 8. A very cordial invita
tion is extended to all.
Mr and Mrs. Walter Swett of St.
Johnsbuiy were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Swett Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stanton were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy D.
Clifford in St. Johnsbuiy, Sunday. I
William Collins of Montpelier, a j
government inspector was at H. P. j
and H. C. Stanton's and Charles
Anderson's in St. Jolinsbury Sunday.
C. F. Kinerson of Peacham has
written the following interesting let
ter home from Melbourn Beach,
Florida, where he has been stopping.
I am having a fine trip and am
spending the day at Melbourn Beacli.
A party of us motored here this
morning and it is one of the loveliest
days I have seen vet.
Today is town meeting day in old
Vermont. I wonder what they arc
doing in Peacham? This is the sec
ond March meeting that I have not
attended in 31 years. We read in the
Bible about the rest for the Children
of God. Well, I am thinking tint
Peacham is surely having a rest to
A mctting of the Congregational
church and society is called to meet
on Tuesday evening, March 30th, at
which time important business mat-
tics will be brought up and all mem
bers are urged to be present.
Mrs. Homer Stanton and little
Miss Elizabeth of North Danville
spent the week end with the W. R
Bells at Bellview, South Lunenburg.
On Monday evening of last week
Mrs. C. W. Turner invited the Up
streamcrs and B. B. classes of the
Sunday School for n farewell visit
with Miss Ruby Smith, who went to
South Kortright, N. Y., on Friday.
The affair was a surprise to Miss
Smith and she was given a handbag
and sum Of money with the best
wishes of the classes who regret os
Ing her from their number.
Arthur White was in Barton and
WillioughUy last week for the U. S.
Bobbin and Shuttle Co.
Mrs. Charles Spaulding went last I
week Tuesday to Enosburg Falls to
visit her mother, Mrs. Estclla Beat-
Mr. and Mrs. William Hastie and
Charlotte and Carolyn Moore are all
sick with the prevailing disease.
The class in Domestic Science held
nn entertainment, "The Winter Gar
den" and supper at Academy hall on
Friday evening, March 19. All who
attended pronounced it a great suc
cess. Mrs. Herbert Blair had a quilting
party on Tuesday evening, March 10.
A few of the neighbors were invited
in and the evening pleasantly passed.
Mrs. Herbert Blair was at St.!
Johnsbuiy one day last week.
Alfred Peak's family who have
all been sick are gaining.
The annual meeting of South
Peacham Creamery" was held recently
The officers for the coming year are
as follows: President, W. N. Blan
chard: vice pres., Wm. Martin; secre
tary, Loren Pattridge; directors,
Frank Shaw, Charles Williams, Wm.
Martin, W. N. Blanchard, Loren Pat
tridge. The creamery made more
butter in l!)l!) than ever before; in the Baptist Hill neighborhood was
490.000 lbs. were made durinnr the burned-to the ground on Friday morn
F. Miller of Newport, State Cream
ery Inspector, was in town last week
doing work at tho local creamery.
J. P. Davidson, whose 88th birthday
anniversary came on the 11th of
March, was much pleased to receive
a number of gifts, post cards and
letters both from the people of this
iown and from his great grandchil
dren and younger decendants, and es
pecially delighted with the birthday
The farmhouse of Mr. Lemontagne
BH Onler your supi!v of
S3 aaihible those cti:i pri
PARMEN 1 "ER &
dv. -ami m:il.e (lU
TDK prices of farm products tud.iy arc so liigh tli.i! only
a sliitlil increase in yioitl cr acre moans I rt-V proiits.
I'armep.tcr I'i Iscy Aniiim! lYinliicts mailt- trout Ulboil,
Mf.it, Bone ami t'lu i;ic,.!.-, will inc:e.:xc uur vUU!.
We also have a s'; -ial ;,n;ira::t;vil 1 w.iK r-xoiuhlr I'otaMi
You can't ::llY.nl to sta:..l biick or experiment with low trade
The Soil Improvement Coi.ar.'.tt -e of the National Ferti
lizer Ass'n an- carry itit! on a campaign to statidimlize brands.
We are helping- in a pr a tical way by offi-riiiK li'i'h t:t;;de com
plete fertilizers --(it a:;-.iii;f IVtash. Yea will lind leading
brands at prices in;,ii-r!ally reduced fro, -a i nose of last yi;.r.
!'. Fertilizers .V
POI.SEV FERTILIZER CO.
llxrit-tilij.ilril lit ntli-riiiK l-u.
Boston, Mliss. -
There's The Distinction
of quality, plus style and fine workmanship in the
we offer you. We want you to call and try on some
of the favored models in overcoats and business
There are becoming styles here to fit every man.
F. E. Harris
Save Dust and Dirt,
Save a lot of Hard Work
By using one of our newest Oil Stoves.
The New Simmons and
New Perfection Oil Stoves and Bolo Ovens
on exhibition in our window. Consult us as to prices.
H. J. Goodrich
Railroad Street, St. Johnsbury, Vt.
I have been taking in the beaches 'year which toas sold for $297,854.30. inn- onrlv. the familv psennimr wii.li
inson were guests of Mr. and Mrs.: on the eaFt coast. Ormond, Datona, 20, making the average cost $.027 per - ijfic rlothing and losing' every
Fred Woods, Kirby, Sunday. (and today Melbourn. This brach ;s D. The company own three cream- tffing in the- house". The neighbors
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson of about one half way down the coast ory trucks which collect cream to U1 A poK.slule to assist in caring for
RANDALL'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Reed Doll Carriages
with reed hoods, rubber tired wheels
Buy now for later use as they will be scarcer
than last year and then we couldn't get enough to go
19 in. finer quality
19 in. still finer quality
. 23 in.
23 in. finer quality
24 in. best of all '
We will deliver these anywhere expb-ess or parcel
post prepaid upon receipt of price.
E. N. RANDALL & CO.
77 and 81 Railroad Sfr eil