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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920
t. jfohnburg Caledonian
The Evening Caledonian Publisting
Company ' :
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
ARTHUR F. STONE, Editor
Entered at the ,St. 'olinsliury Postuffiue
ti mail matter of tl.e second clam
TERMS OF SUBHCBIPTION
One Vear to any Address
Some of these draft dodders will
discover that they .should have re
mained under rover nursing their dis
abilities for a good while longer.
The kids who hang on behind the
motor trucks need not think ihat
they will t;et any pension when they
lote a leg.
SnRar consumption lists inert-.1 cd
lii.m 18 pound; per capita to !I3
pound?!, but no rue h:i claimed Unit
t'l) American people have any .;veet
June Weddin; (t lehrator;-. who pur
sue the fleeing ciiti)l' to the railroad
tt.-ilions, should i;ot be permitted In
run their automobiles through the
public street:; at more than 7;" miles
a i hour.
Twenty year s ago people ran out
on the street to see the novel sight
of an automobile going by. Today
tl-ey run out, of the si rcet to escape
bting run over by 'em.
ST. JOHNSBURY EAST
C. W. Gale from St. Johnsbury hi
moved in the Ella l'routy house rc
cently vacated by G. K. Bennett.
Rev. Mi- Pi. win. I.'ev. V.. V. flrlnl
and Deacon Wilbur Cushmnn went '
to Danville to attend the conference i
of the Congregational churches and;
rcpore a very helpful session.
Cari-io Damon gives up her tene
ment in the Smith house and takes
rooms in Mrs. Wells house this week
B. W. Dyde has his sawmill at the
Ailes place nearly ready to saw the
Mrs. ' Louis Moulaon has returned
from the hospital.
Mrs. Adell Bonnett is at B. Sterns
at Danville caring for Mrs. Stevens.
It is expected that old Homo Day
will be observed this year about the
15 of July.
The biff ruostion is where
to get the biggest value in
Without a moment's hesita
tion we say HERE.
The clothes we sell are made
by manufacturers who have the
reputation of giving the best
values as well as the newest
We have kept our prices
down to the very lowest by cut
ting our profit to the smallest
Clothes of equal quality can
not be sold for less anywhere.
We welcome comparison.
Co-operative Socs for men.
Queen Quality ohoes for wo
men, ASSEUN BROS.
The O' Spot
CLOTHING and SHOES
AH Kinds of Scales
In these days of high prices you
cannot afford to throw away your old
scales. Let us overhaul your used
one and make it good as new. We
have a few used scales as good as
new. urop in and look them over.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay.
Second-hand scales bought and sold.
,. ci .
Granite Square, opposite Passenger
St Johnsbury, Vermont
Cfias. H. Howe
i . Jeweler
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Mr. and Mrs. George Cole, Mr. 'and
Mrs. Freeman Lang, Mrs. George
Phillip:'!, attended the funeral of Al
bert Walter in Lyndonville Sundiy.
Rev. S. G. Suitor was a business
visitor in Barton Saturday.
Mrs. Maud McNeil from Lyndon
Center is vi.-.itinj her ri..ter, Mis. B.
I!e-u 1 'overs .-nil Lu?v Hoit from
Nashua, N. II., were recent visitors at
L. A. Dai ling's.
j A. I). Gilson and wife, Mr B.
i F. Humphrey were busines? visitors
1 in St. Johnsbury Wednesday,
i Mrs. Carl Frasier visited her broth
i er, Lorenzo Stafford, at Brightlook
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McDonald were
! recent visitors of her parents, Mr.
land Mrs. O. 11. Online; in West Con
cord. Hon. Alexander Dunnett, 1'erley F.
Ilazen, C. M .Goss, Arthur F. Stone,
! Dr. George F. Cheney of St. Jolins
i bury were among the visitors at the
iCIub House the past week.
I Air and Mrs. V. L. James were over
Sunday visitors with relatives in Mon
Harold Phillips and Howard MaGill
are doing carpenter work in Bethle
hem, N .II.
Warner Drown of West Burke was
a recent visitor at J. C. Lucia's.
Among the largo number of f.worts
who have visited the Club House re
cently are Dr. W. C. Bagley, New
York' city, II. O .Hutchinson, Burling
mn. I.nr.i Varncv. Windsor. Harold
SI one, Burlington Hanet and Mary
Avmar, Fast Lynn, Mass.
"The Willing Workers and Ladies
Aid meet at the Congregational
church vestry on Wednesday, June !.
Plenty of work.
Mr and Mrs. Carl Colby of Lyndon
visited A. B. Colby Sunday.
i..,l Mrs. H. D .Webster, Cecil
i n,.,-!,.l- Flnvil Gibson, were at l.on-
cord Sunday to attend the funeral of
Mrs He en btockwei,
.,..',', n(- i.vn.lonville. Mrs.
JlUill UIHi .......... - " " , '
I Fred Sliabot 01 west mime, mi.
and Mrs. Earl Denonvillo from Last
I Burnet, W ilfred Broussoau and fam
ily of Lviidonvillo were Sunday vis
itors at .Joseph DenonvilU-'s.
Vera Richardson of Orleans is
visit in-.- at Alfred Tripps. ,
E. A. Darling is in New ork or
a few day.-..
Earl V, " ud, Rose Denonvillo, vera
Richardson, Muriel and Graydon
Trino spent Sunday at Willoughby
Lake'. . .
Mrs. A. A. Barber was a visitor in
'Mr. and Mrs. Bert Morrill and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Winn
of St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Stafford i.mi Mr. and Mrs. DCh
nis Davis of Lvndonvillo were Snn
day Visitors at John Drowns.
t-Vr-i Richardson from Orleans is
visiting at Alfred Tripps'.
Mrs. John Pierce is making gnd
recovery from her operation for ap
pendicitis and is expected home this
The Willing Workers will sell ice
cream on Mike Sullivan's lawn Sat
Mrs. Florence Freeto went Wed
nesday to Danville to attend the fu
neral of her brother, Clarence Hat m.
Mrs. Oliver Jenness recently visit
ed her sister, Mrs. Blake, in Lyndcn
villo. Perey Kcniston was home from his
work in Wolcott for the week end.
Mrs. C. B. Dodge of Lyncionville
spent the day recently with Mrs. A
A. Barbe- at' the Club house.
Hazel Gates of Newport, H. A. Le
land of Glover, Franklin Lynch from
Burlington were week end visitors at
E. R. Haivev's.
Sarah Ward, Martha Hall, Mr. fiul
Mrs. Herbert Moore, Gertrude Me
nut, Vlorence MaVi Robert Ward of
St. Johnsburv. Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Eatjn, Juli;: and Dana Ealon of
Littleton, N. II.. Donald Cameron of
Nort'i Adams, Mass., were recent vis
itors at ti e Clubhouse.
Mr. anl Mrs. Frank Davis and son
Howard from Crattleboro have been
spending a few days at B. W. St rect
or's returning home Wcdnesd ty
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frasier and
Helen visited friends in Littleton, N.
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Phillips of
Manchester, N. II., and her mother,
Mrs. Hall from Lyndon were recent
visitors in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Smith of
IOimhurst, Long Island, are visiting
1 e- parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'William
Mrs. Susie Shaw of Canada and
Mr. Williams of Essex who have
beer, visiting at Jerry White's went
to St. Johnsbury Saturday to visit
Miss Clara Kcnerson was home
from her work at. St. Johnsbury over
Kev. Mr. Elsie of Michigan will
preach at the Walter Harvey church,
liu rning and evening for four Sab
Mrs. Margaret Londell and son
returned to their homo in New York
Mrs. Fred McLaren, Thressa
Llain, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bailey
were in St. Johnsbury Saturday.
The opening dance at the Pavillion
Tl ursday evening was well attended.
Ilenault's five piece orchestra furnish
Some from here attended the Po
mona Grange at Uycgate Corner,
Edgar Strobridge has moved his
family to Fast St. Johnsbury going
Tuesday. Miss Ruth Stevenson went
Mrs. Paul Morrison visited Mrs.
Arnie Johnson at Newbury Wednes
day and Thursday.
Mrs. Fxley's mother, Mrs. Cleve
land, passed away at their new home
her- Friday afternoon. Obituary next
Miss Margaret Stevenson and Miss
Julia Adams were guests of Jnmes
Blr.in Wednesday evening.
Miss Marian Boles is spending the
summer at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. But Vance mid Mr.
and Mrs. Jese Lucas of Littleton
vi-ited at their sisters, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Wui ion's, Saturday.
Mis. Jo'm Cable of Lyndnnvile vis
ited her Mother, Mrs. Ed. Co!e, to
days lat week.
Carl Bei t and Will Hastings have
new Oveiland ears.
Mr. an i Mr. Flank Se ase mid
Maivia Isham of Sr. Johnsbury were
I guests of Mr. and M
Fi: h n- over the week end
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Osgood of
Danville were quests at Frank Craw
ford:! Sunday. Mrs. Crawford le
turned home with them for a week's
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Can- of Marl
boro,' Ma-s., weie (ue-ts of tluir
mother, Mrs. f'mt Goodall oer
Mi-, and Mi . A. C. Grant anil
ilau-j, iter, Helen, Alice Crawford,
Carroll Grant, Fail Wheeler, Dr.
Mine,- of Windsor were vi :itors in
the place recently. The hoys took a
fishing trio 101th while here.
Mr. and Mis. Charlie Wetherle
Gov. Henry C. Ide, who has spent
tli winter at St. Petersbur."-, Flu.,
lias returned to ids home i:i St.
Johnsbury for the :.utnmer.
Miss Alida McLam and Mi;-. Clara
Dickson of Ryegate have been the
K'ii:ts of Mr. and Mrs. John McLam
the past few days.
O. L. Leonard, who has been
attending court as deputy sheriff,
ha-i returned to ins home in West
Charles R. Uu.vc.!-, Esq., of Rut
lane has been in SI. Johnsbury on le
gal business this week.
Mr. and Mis. E. II. Niles of Wat
erl'ord attended county court here
The Chautauqua tickets for the ad
vance sale are heiv, and those who
subscribed for the :ame may procure
them by applying to S5. S. Waterman.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther S. Jewett
spent Wednesday in Burlington.
Mrs. Dan Noel was c;:lled to
Nashua Wednesday by the death of
he:- brother-in-law,' Stephen Griflin.
She will be away until Monday.
C. E. Hawkins, formerly employed
by P. A .Brown has returned to town
after eight months' absence and will
resvme work at Brown's grocery
Rev. George A. Martin attended a
meeting of the tiustecs of Montpelier
Seminary at Montpelier Wednesday.
Hon. Charles W. Gates of Frank
lin, one of the State's ablest govern
crs. is attending commencement ex
ercises at St. Johnsbury Academy.
George W. Harvey, now of
Chicago, is here for the week attend
ing the Academy festivities and re
newing acquaintance with his school
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton M. Cheney of
Chicago are here for a few days oil
business connected with the settle
ment of his father's estate. They
uro accompanied by their son anil
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cheney.
A. E, Rood and wife and Bart
Whitney 1 nd wife motored to East
Burke las; Sunday to visit Mrs. Fred
Hoffman who has been very sick the
past eight weeks at her daughter's,
Mrs. '.V . O. Humphrey, when she and
her husband went the last of March
for a visit. They found her a little
better, so she can sit up a short spoil.
Mrs. Charles Mason of Snr'ngficld,
Mass., a former resident, is in the
place for a few weeks, visiting -old
A. F. Eiiterson is in failing heaMh.
The memorial exercis'-s by the pu
pils of the village school weie held at
the '.-hurch Friday aft -rnoon, and
were much enjoyed by .heir friends.
The children placed flags on all the
soldiers' graves at the close of I he
Charles Welch and family and
Fred Grody and wife were called to
Lyndon Center last, week Wednesday,
to attend the funeral of Holli Welch.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dwver spent
Decoration Day with friends in Glo
ver. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coburn of St.
with Mrs. Coburn's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Bcnr.ett.
Remember Pomcna Grange Meet
ing at Sheffield Thursday at JO.IIO A.
L. V. Ciee has purchased n Pack
ard ?ar of the C. H. Goss company.
Miss May Whitney of Lyndonville
spent Moiiday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bart Whitney.
in-, ant mis. Waldo Taylor and
Mr. and Mrs. Lilas Taylor of Fran
eoniu, N. H., motored to Wheeleck
Monday md spent the day with their
son and bother, Irving Taylor and
Ben Moore of East Hardwick
visited h-?v brother, Geo. Peak and
wife last Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Barber Lystcr of Lynn,
Mass, was a Sunday visitor here.
Mrs. Will Sanborn and daughter
Mrs. Charles Newell, went Friday to
Sutton to spend Memorial day, re
returning Sundav night. f
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bennett visit
ed the cemetery at Kirby last Sun
day, where their daughter is buried.
Iftry Bickford has leased his faim
to Maurioe and Forest Blake of
Sheolfield and moved to this village
whore he will work in Rennies' mll.
Winfield Bennett carried the dele
Kates H. J. Mathewson and Guy
Dresser to the republican convention
at Montpelier last week.
The Wheelock nine played ' the
Sheffield !Muarc nine Saturday the
Wheeloc.'i boys winniny
th game by
4 to 11.
E. C. Kinney, state Sunday School
worker, was in town Sunday and
started a Sunday school at the Star
school house. Mrs. Fred Allen was
elected superintendent, Mrs. Albion
Michaud, secrrtnry and treasurer.
Meetings will be held every Sunday
at ::..'!() p. m.
T re-Memorial exercises were held
at the school house, May 28th.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Sinnott were
in Mackville Sundav.
Howard Sargent, Maynard Hatch,
Anthony Rose tnd Eugene Domey
tended the Memorial service at the
Village Sunday. ' .1
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hatch were 1
in Danville Thursday and Friday. j
Hanison Domey is working fori
Clarence Smith in Ea.-t Hardwick. !
Jirs. Barney Va'.lancourt who has j
been visiting ner mother, Mrs. Henry
l-i mey, returned to Lawrence, Mass.,
Ji;hn and Wallace Sinnott of Hard
wick wt:e at J. E. Sinnott's Mon
dtv. .Mr. and Mrs. Alton Maynard have1
rncved to .East Albany where they
have employment. I
Mrs. Hannah Mayo who is work -
inj for Sidney R. Domey, is quite
ill. Mrs. Wilson is assisting them at
N 01 man Miehand and Mi?. Albeit
-iair were at Aithur Micliaud's vi: -.iloi's be.-.ulcs the usual number ol
Wednesday. 'scholars, and after a choice musical
Mr. and Mrs. John Piescott of St. I logiani there were' two pre.-enta-Ji.lnisbuMr
Leli a Burroughs and ! ticn.-i, one to the school and the other
Harold Patch of Morrisville were to Piineipal Davis.
uests of Fred E. Al-
oit a valuable
Frank O'Neil and Mr. mid
Will O'Neil of Littleton, N. H.. were
i'X John Sinnott's Sunday and Mon
Hattic M.irden is workiii
Anthony Rose and Eii-veiie Domev
pent Sunda- ;n Hardwick.
Vera Hatch was home from Lyn
don Institute over Sunday.
Arthur Michaud is in W'ateibury
Henry Adams and Cora Chaffee
w. re in Hardwic.t Monday.
Mis. Ellen Oiton is spending a
lew weeks with her sister, Mrs. Milo
Li-ekey, in St. Johnsbury.
daughter, Ina Margaret, came to
gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Domev, May 281 li.
Miss Clarissa Wood is caring for
The Star school was not in session
Monday as the pupils took 'part on
tli Memorial exercises at the Bend.
The- Flag drill and recitations were
roi-dured very nicely by the pupils.
Fied Allen is working for Frank
Edna Allen was home from Mor
li viile over Sunday.
The King's Daughters will meet
w'th Mrs. Fred Domey at their next
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fuller of
Concord visited friend's in town Tues
!av. Gladys Orton was home over Sun
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Graves are re
joicing over the birth of a baby
tiaugnter Dion Mav zts.
Mrs. John Lany visited friends in
North Haverill the last of the week.
Mr. Lang and Mrs. Ida motored down
Charles Leach is attending court at
The Riverside Lumber company
has moved a sawmill onto the George
Ailes farm and is going to saw the
the lumber they got out this winter.
W. E. Russell and D. II. Walters
attended the republician convention
at Montpelier, May 26.
ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER
Mrs. Lizzie Generous has gone to
East Hardwick to work for Carl
A. B. Pringle is spending a few
days at Whitefield, N. II., visiting rel
atives. Miss Grace Cobb of Danville is
spending a few days here visiting
Mr. and Mi's. Milton Montgomery
was at Bert Farnham's last Saturday. I
William Pringle of Niaeara Fails.
N. Y., who-has been spending a few
woeK3 with ins parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Pringle returned to his home
the last Saturday. t
George Wheeler of West Burke is
visiting his son, Harry Wheeler, for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnson spent
O. a 01... 1 -1
ouiiuuy UL OIIUIIOW lUKe.
J. Clark Allen of Burlington visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Grav and
Mrs. Eliza Allen last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Parks of
Waterford have moved" to their farm
here purchased of Mr. Worthon of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sunburg of
St. Johnsbury visited at Will Har
Mrs. Perley Bacon and infant son
have returned home from Mrs.
Miss Bessie Wallace has finished
school at Mclndoes and is at her
hf me here.
The Center school will hold an
ice cream social Tuesday evening,
June 8 at the school house.
Ben H. Moore and family
friends in town Thursday.
Mrs. Walter Hatch nnd
were in Danville
Mrs. I)on& Elizabeth Hooker and
Gladys Hooker of Groton were at
Henry Domey's Sunday.
Harrison Domey was home over
Ina Session and Gladys Goying of
Wolcott are visiting at Mr. Withams.
Lila J. Perry of Cabot is at the
Mrs. E.-W. Orton is in St. Johns
bury attending the Academy gradua
tion exercises. Miss Mildred L. Or
ton is a member 'of the 1920 class.
Elsie Orton is home from her
school in St. Johnsbury.
Albeit Michaud was home over
Gladys Allen is working for Mrs.
Robert Shurtleff was at H. A.
There will be an entertainment at
the school house Friday night, June
18th, for the purpose of raising
money for a Soldier's Mouriment. '
School wil close June 18th. Grad
uation exercises will be held at Wal
den Four Corners.
6 . .
Al M. j: A.AI
Class Gave School Portrait
! of Dr. Benedict and Prin
i cipal a Chair
I The last chapel exercise at St.
Ijchnsburv Academy Tuesday niorn-
i im-' drew an interested audience of
Following the devotional exercises
cel. ducted bv Principal J. A. Davis
' the following choice musical program
i was rendered:
- ! Girls' Glee Club
1 Piano Solo
Miss Lola French
Miss Mariorie French
! Cello Solo
Girls' Glee Cliii. .
The Messes French, both Academy
gradutes, received a warm welcome
ar.l each responded to an encore.
On behalf of I he class of 1920 Mer
ton Ashlon presented the Academy
with a fine portrait of the late Dr.
M. G. Benedict, who was principal
of the Academy during the first two
years the class were in the school.
The. gift was accepted on behalf of ;
tlv: school by Stanwood Brooks, who i
at the close said the school desired
10 show their appreciation of the ser
vice:, of Principal Davis, soon to
lei've them, and he then presented
him with a handsome leather chair.
Mr. Davis was completely taken by
surprise and said he had never had
any experience in accepting school
gifts before. In exnressing his thanks
for the gift he added that if nothing
had been given him he should have
the nleasantest memories of the
Academy and St. Johnsburv as well.
He then snoke briefly of the. intan-
pible results of teaching, chief among
which was the satisfaction in latei- j
lif of mectimr those who had nchiev- ;
e.-l success through the training in !
THE SENIOR j
Priri. and Mrs. Davis Enter
tain the Graduating Class
and Academy Friends
The annual reception of the princi
pal and his wife to the members of
the graduating class was held in the
Academy Hall at St. Johnsbury Mon-
'av evening and was largely attended
by the class, the undergraduates and j
tli- friends 01 the school, xne stage
was banked with white flowers and
in the receiving line with Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Davis were half a dozen
members of the senior class. After
all had assembled ' the following
choice musical program was render
ed: Selection Orchestra
Song "Bendemecr's Stream"
Tl.elma P. Ronan, Emma M. Ronan,
Violin Solo Allan Hunter
Vtcal Solo Dorine Drouin
Girls' Quartette, "Ave Maria"
Ki.rline King, Emma M. Ronan,
Thelma P. Ronan, Genesta Lowrey
The orchestra was directed by Mrs.
Jean Stanlev Goodrich and the ac
crmpanist was Miss Elsie B. Wild.
Al! tho young people received hearty
applause and the soloists were en
thusiastically encored. Mr. Hunter
received a deserved encore and Miss
Du.uin was twice recalled for well
Following the musical program
liiht refreshments were served.
Dancing followed until a late hour
with music bv Sargent's orchestra.
Several from here attended the,
Washington County Association of
Congregational churches held at Bar-1
Mrs. W. D .Barr snent
days last week with friends at
Ernest W'tham went xuesaay to
nest Witham went Tuesday to
Bane City hospital for an operation ,
for appendicitis. Mrs. Witham ana:
Hnle neeomnanied him, and were
guests of her sister, Mrs,
rhiirli-en's dav will be observed at
the Congregational church next Sun
day, Juno 13th.
,Rev. and Mrs. John X. Miller who
havi been tho representative in India
the Congregational cnurcnes i
Washington county for some years,
spoke at the union services held at
the Congregational church Sunday
evening. ...... .
A boy arrived at tne nome ui
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Heath Mon-
aay June 7th
" - , v.io 1
A..i.vv MpUnn is home from nis
. "rLV m .i.i ,w hp, has
oTI.inei s at vvuinuRi - ;
V.. .on fm. fVlo TlIlKt 1(1 daVS.
Mrs. Edd. Gould is ill and a nurse
from St. Johnsbury is caring for her.
The auction r.ale at Mrs. Gertrude
Wells' Saturday was well attended.
Miss Judith Haines was home from
Brn-o recently. .''
Mix. V.T U. Ilowlaw' r-yl c....i. n
o- South Vernon, Mass., Were recent
guts of her sister, Mrc W D. Barr.
"vvv ; 1
take time to eomeMn and just look the place over.
No doubt you find it entirely satisfactory to give
your order over the telephone or to our salesman,
but there are one hundred and one things in a store
like ours that you may never think of unless your
attention is called specially to theni.
Just now there are v,o many things to use during
the warm months. Things that make your table so
much more satisfying. Come in.
F. A. SCOTT CO.
FARMS FOR SALE
A 215 acre farm situated in fine location 1 1-2
mile from village, with good supply of water to
house and barns. Modern buildings with all kinds
of tools and machinery, 40 head of cattle, 5 sows, 2
horses, 25 hens.
A good lot of second growth soft wood timber
with plenty of other wood for home use. This farm
is in fine state of cultivation and always has been
Another fine farm of 135 acres situated one-half
mile from village with good buildings with 17 head
of cattle, 2 horses, hens, pigs. This is a good produc
ing farm and will cut (50 tons of hay.
For terms and particulars apply to
C. J. Oben Co.Inc, Agency
Frank X Lanctot Manager
25 Eastern Avenue
Tel. 36-M St. Johnsbury, Vermont
L. N. Crce left Monday for Wind
sor to attend the United States
ccurt as juryman.
Mr. Carter moved his family from
Sheffield Monday to the George Beaii
hi use. He has the job of drawing
out and stacking he lumber at the
new mill on Mathewson Hill.
At the Daughters' meeting last
Thursday evening a large attendance
were present. Our State Councilor,
Lev. Mr. Sturtevant, Warren Drown
ar.d wife, Jack Adams and wife from
L-'iidon were present. After the i
inciting, cake and ice cream was
Tho mill and other buildings at
Burroughs' Hill, South Wheelock,
and all machinery were moved last
w.ek to the new mill which is being
pu: up on Mathewson Hill. They will
employ a large lorce ol men.
A- F. Emerson's brother, Smith
Firerson of Passumpsic visited him
, Erving Taylor visietd his parents
ai Franconia, N. IL, several days last
1... A TT T 1..- n 1
im. J. li. .jeiiiuiis was :i ounuuy
I ...,.. , n,.r,e
irnui tit, jr vi v i i j '
Frank Whitney, wife, son and
daughter of Lyndonville spent the
, , . . . . . .... . .
ents M(. an( Ml.s Bal.t whitncy,.
Mrs K uickfortl entertained her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morse and
,.,i.:.. 4-,.n eu..i.ni.. i....
ll.miivuh jiuui viiuui.-r.tuii mr-l.
The body of Gordon Bennett, who
died in France twe years ago, arriv
ed at Lyndonville last Friday and
was buried in the family lot at
Sutton last Saturday forenoon.
Several from this place attended
tha Pomona Grange meeting at Shef
field last week Thursday.
Mrs. Ora Fai r is spending the
week with her parents in Burlington.
Miss Mabel Kelley was in the vil
lage last Friday and held a meeting
"I i ne interests 01 me uum imieuu
: m: i
in the interests of the farm bureau,
e.t-niunswutwig , 1M1Jllm..ly aml cloln
J.'N: Patterson of Craftsbury vis
ited his grand noice, Mrs. Alex
I-wver last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shaw visited
their daughter and husband, Mr.
and, Mrs. Harrv Young, of St. Johns
brrv. Mrs. Fred Barber, who has been
quite ill the past wceki is some bet
ter. The teachers who board them
A r-crt efTcctive remedy for the relief ef nlthma
c.r.J hey fever. The hcaliair fume from burn-
rc!ieve3 the chokina- eensation bv
clearing the nir passages and soothing: th irri
tated membranes. In use for more than 40
years. Two sizes 25c end $1.00.
S.r.i fur fr umpli, f i.
d..:kr u. sutr'.s s?u or Mm t- . '
& Lynao. Co. Inc., Bulfalo, N.t.
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We have in stock: Spraying ma
terials, Powdered Lime sulphur,
powdered arsenate of lead. Bordeaux
mixture, Hexpo powder, Pyrox prais
green, Nalgo-cattle-spray, Louse
chase,. Sprayers, Binder twine, Trac
tor, gasoline and kerosene engines,
Universal milkers, Sharpies pipe and
motor milkers, Blower ensilage cut
ters of the following makes: Papee,
Rowell, Ross, Climax. Also Brasher
chain cutters, litter and. hay carriers,
roofing, milk coolers, rope, guards
and sections;' beltings leather, rub
ber, canvas and chain link; oils,
lightning rods; Viking auto tires and
tubes; motor-cycle tires and tubes;
Nappance'' silos; farm and garden
seeds. Everything for the farm.
A. E. Couhsell & Son
have been taking their meals with
Jeff Welch of East Burke was a
brsiness visitor in the place last
Miss Dianlha Drown visited her
parents, Mi. and Mrs. Henry Drown
at Sutton last Sunday.
Charles Noyes and family spent
last week with Mrs Noyes' father,
Jan es Lamond, in Kirby.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Cheney,. June 3.
Rev. Arthur Gregg of Barnet will
preach in the Methodist church here,
Suhday,' June 20, at 2 o'clock.,
Frank Root of ' Portland, Me., i-s
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mr3.