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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1920
Mr. and Mrs. James McLane leave
this week Wednesday for an efend- !
ed Western trio, hi whirh 1ii y will j
visit hi-; relatives in St. Paul, inn., '
and in other part.' of the middle j
west. They wiil be ah.-ent about tnv .
Mi. and Mrs. Ehvyn Ciim rb-ll of
I'airhaven, Mat:.-:., ale in town to
.spend a month with their mutln r,
Mrs. E. M. Campbell, and otla-r rela
tives. Miss Ruth Motlpftt spi nt the,
week end with friend- in il!;ii:iv;, 1
Mr. and Mrs. Willi im J. r.lodvett, !
oi Thnmaston, Conn., are in town i
wih their brother, E. I. lib' Igeit. j
They expert to gr, in Mr. Blndr-etl' ' i
tar on a low.', mo! or tiin 'lironvh ' i I ;
Itvent part.; of Canada, i itsi!" I .a-1
CY.Htc, and returning hy way of I!ur-!
Mh Elizabeth Hill- ha-, moved j
from Mrs. John I'lraryV house on I
Park avenue, to n room in Airs. J. W. !
Copeland':i hou e on .Main s!i i t.
Mr. and Mr.-:, ii. I,. Pa:ker. Ml.:.
Willis Wilder, anil Mr;, .lipophilic
Carr motored to I'ailrM"e Pond, near
Littleton, Sunday, to join the P.nker
r.nd Silsbv relative', from Li'itU-lnn
i ... 1,. I tn.i- 111., ininl lJj'llli!'i J 111' !
Ml. Parker and E. A. Kilshv. ' This
picnie i; an annual event, aiv.ay- ob
served by both families in as m ar the
tame place as possible.
Quite a number of the ynn;ij- peo
ple from here attorn led the Hamrdnv
nitvht dance at Lake Morcy, and
into any Hilo in the jruar
antfo that yoca 'iti
every I'-apc-c law or
small. You, ('.iiuWhviK,
will not uovrt to taku al
vantat'o of the --'.'-l ele
vating powe!. of th
Papec, but yen lwve the
satisfaction f knowiiig
it's therein reserve.
There ure four sizen of
Papers. A (-as friiie,
3 or 4 H. P., will iiti :.-o
the aiYiallest fii.'.o.
A. E. Counsell
round ths course-
Partake OF MEATijoj
"TV AT I El DftRSP
THIS life is just one break
fast, dinner and supper aftsr
another. Around this course
of life we go chewing our
food and chewing the rag.
Who are you and what you
say depends a lot upon what
ROY ft ROY i
B s?T. JOHNSBURY, VT.
We are closing: out all we have left in
LADIES' SUITS at 50
of Marked Price.
LADIES' DRESSES, SKIRTS, WAISTS
CHILDREN'S DRESSES, HOSIERY
Come in. We surely have some of the
bargains you are looking fcr.
M. A. WEINER
61 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury Vermont
! thosQ. who remained in town were
guest at Henault's Cable Hall dance
! tin" same tveniwr.
! Misj Renha Kililam-of Burlingto.i
the eue. t of Mis. David Brown tor
a lew C.:vs. !
Mrs. t-.(0!."-o Giffir. of St. John.-j
burv w.i- in town the i.i.- t of the i
I! H i t n( Dri i'i'ii M-.ii! Iiiv. -i - I
U .' Mi's. "(Vrth, ar.d' her l.ahv, fiom i W. Chamherlin, coming from Woods- I
Uostoii, uic .-.topping with Uieirjv.lo, N. II., is in town, and lopkm)
..,.. i... v.,... ii.,,. H.11J ''hi. - ;
tilt y. with Mrs. Halt, and her son
i 11 -law, fieri Mine;, ;ind two childien,
o on a real camping trip into a camp
ii,i ITnipeer Mountain, on the height.-:
ovei looking the town of Victory.
S.'.ir.ul .Mitchell and family n:e
. ;( i:di."g their acation at Or
The Woodward house on Church
t i r-i't., recently sold to Lnn;jf. C'amp
bell i.-. Wiitsoii, has been sold av.aiu,
the (;'tirc!ia-er lieinm Mrs. Geornv Mc-
o.r.i.'ie. l lie :iebnanes win occupy
o::e 'eminent tlnmselve.", ant
i cut I
the otln is a ; at present,
I Him Liberty spent three dav of j
j last week in n fishing trip up on East
Haven Mountain, and returned with
la nice basket of trout. Most of them
verant d even or eight inches in
Our poor liille ba-:e ball nine went
;.i Woodsville, N. II., Saturday to
play a nice eamc with the boys over
iheie, and were murdered, simply'
murdered, chewed up and swallowed j
by the b.ul, bold, oo.-.ville nine,
to the tune ot 3 ' to 1. The-.' :xyp ell
wearing crepe now, and chcivsh'ng
wicked though' - of revenge.
Mrs. May tiilson, and her son
Clvde. have ermreed a tenement in
the Hodge & Walson block, and are
having it papered, painted and put
in order for. their oecupanev soon. i
Jlrs. George Pierce has been vis-1
iting relatives in Middlesex lor a lew-
Mis- Eunice Silsby ha" been spend-
in? Mrs. Kendrick and her dauuh'.er
Muriel, from West Burke.
Mr. ami Mrs. Albert Rice and chil
dren, am! her mother, Mrs. G. M.
Campbell, leave verv soon for their
cottage at Ocean Park, Me., where
they "will spend a few weeks.
Miss Eihel Chapman and Ma.-ter
John and Miss Elsie Norris arc
spending a short time in Windsor
Canada, with the children's grand
parents. Mrs. Ronald Bell and daughter,
Jennie, have been visiting relatives
in Canada for a few weeks. Mrs.
Rell was quite sick wilh an attack of
the grip during their absence.
Mrs. Dean Simpson and little
daughter from St. Johnsbury have
been visiting at .Arrhelaus Simpson's.
Sunday being the birthday of Har
vey E. Kclsey. a number of his rela
tive's and neighbors made it an occa
sion to make him a call at his homo
on the Whcelock road, give him the
compliments of the day, and enjoy a
pleasant, social time, with gifts and
Mrs. Catharine Bowker ol" Lunen
burg has been a guest at Harry
Silsby's for a few days past.
Mrs. Edwin Daniels and Mrs.
Russell Griswold were in Boston the
last of the week.
Mr. Oliver entertained a party of
young men at the Sanborn House on
Monday evening in honor of his ap
proaching marriage to Miss Olive
Colton of Fairlee, which will be sol
emnized on Wednesday at Fairlee.
ccr's 70th birthday. In the afternoon
thev motored to Concord, spendine a
Henry Darling has returned from
Detroit, Mich., where he went to
drive home a truck for the Goss
Brothers' Garage in St. Johnsbury.
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Davis have
come home from a visit to their son,
Karl Davis, and family, in Brookline,
Mass., making the trip in their car.
W. A. Heath ot Winter Haven,
Florida, is in town for a short stay,
having joined Mrs. Heath, who pre
ceded him by a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Ferguson,
who have been living in Miss Ida
Pearl's house, recently sold to Dr.
Leonard, have been unable to find a
tenement, and for the present have
taken rooms in Dr. F. E. Dwinoll's
house. Miss Pearl reserves for her
self one room and porch upstairs, and
James Frcyer has engaged a room at
Austin Paige's. Dr. and Mrs. Leon-
aid plan to occupy the house as soon
as the necessary changes can be col.'
Homer C. Wilt-on has finished work
in the express office, in which be ha, ,
California, where his son, Lincoln, is I
.1 1 11. 1 1." LUIUCIliniillllll', i L-HIU y, -V
lftmtnl. Tho new exnrpss 21 vent. L. !
iVv n ,,inno in hvo M ra. hnm ipr in
is to help him in the office and he
will run the express team and deliver
the icoods himself.
Mrs. Guydu Comoiford goes to
Lowell, Mass., Sunday, where she has
a (food clerical position in the Boston
: & Maine oltices at Billenca, similar
to the position which she is now hold
, injr here.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whipple leave
I here Saturday, enroute for New York,
whi le they will take passage on the
boat ".New York ' lor rrance, pan-
nine' to make an extended visit io
I Mis. Whinnle's old home in Buttany
and other nlaces.
The Village Improvement Society
have purchased a new motor lawn
mower, run by gasoline, at consider-
able expense, out it is inougni to ue
a good mvestmeno, ana ceriainiy
does good work.
The wn at the railroad shon? are
enjoying good cigars this week at the
cxpen :e of one ol their number, who
recently is said to have been "vamp
ed" by a "galden blonde", and who
put her admirer to quite a little cot
in au'oniobile hire, candy,, and oth
er hiiigs dear to the hearts of the
maidens. Said blonde is reported to
have a strong resemblance to a
certain auburn-haired vouth in town,
one whose talents, especially 'n fe-
I m ile impersonations, arc hmhly spok
I en of, even so far as the fair citv on
' the Seine. Very hazv reports are cur-
I rent about the whole affair, but
: "east rue cigars are real, ir rne Diomie
; is not. and the vouth who is navinir
ll ii. . t ll 11 1
,01' tllp'n will probably be somewhat;
more chary of new acouaintancc the
next time he is invited on a motor
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gordon Vance have
engaged the tenement in the Web
ster house recently vacated by Harley
Cowles, and have 'one to housekeep
Mrs. Emma Way and Leighton
Way of West Burke are stonping at
O. B. Cheslev's this week.
Mrs. Josephine Carr and her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Willis Wilder, who
have been camping at Forest Lake,
near Whiteficld, N. IL, for a fort
night, have returned and are stopr
pi'i-f at H. L. Parker's.
The ladies of the Methodist Aid
Society r.iet with Mr.:. Harr Croft
on Thursday afternoon of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nash and two
daughters are spendin" the week at
Old Orchard Bench.
The Methodist and Cone relational
churches have decided to hold union
services the rest of the summer Sun-
' day evenine's on the Congregational
I lnt'ti Vnvt Cn.l,... U 111 l.
i, m .uiiiia mi; npi viuc win UB
held at the usual time, and addressed
by the Rev. W. J. MaeFarlane.
Mildred and Melvin flicker of New
York City are to assist in the music
at the Congregationnl church Sunday
Lloyd Emery is workin" at Edwin
Hough's on Bemis Hill this sumn-.ei'j
(From an occasional corespondent)
on Wednesday afternoon Rev. N. I
S. Hill was agreeably surprised to re
ceive a call from his pastor, Rev. E.
Dean Ellonwood of Woonsocket, R.
I. As Rev. Mr. Ellcnwood and his
wife are spending a few days with
relatives in St. Johnsbury they im
proved the opportunity of sight see
ing in Concord. It is needless to adJ
that they were captivated with the
beauty and grandeur of the Gnen
Mountains and the lovely valleys
through which they mended their
way. Mr. Ellenwood has a passion
for visiting ancient churches, and
when shown the interior of the Con
cord Universalist church he f."ll in
love with it. The Woonsocket Un'
versalist church is the largest and
most prosperous protestant church in
that famous manufacturing city. T
its honor it has sent three young men
into the Christian ministry. Its re
cord stands first and foremost in
deeds of charity and philanthroph
open handed generosity for home and
this pastoral call covering 2.Jb miles,
consecrated Christian service. Surely,
foreign mision, plus alertness for
is a record breaker, and must be
rated a pilgrimage.
Concord Library has again been
the recipient of a generous gift by
Mrs. Walter P. Smith of St. Johns
bury, over (if) volumes being pre'
Mrs. W. P. Willis of East Ryegate
wa.s here from Thursday till Satur.
day. The friends of Mr. Willis will
be sorry to know he is in a critical
Mrs. Minnie Adams is visiting in
Glenncr Wheclock has gone to
Joe's Fond for the summer.
Rev. George Smith has returned
Mrs. Hallic Morton and children,
Paul and Louise, returned to their
home in Conway Center, N. IL, the
ln-:: of the week.
Miss Justine Moyse and Miss Grace
Courtney of New' York Citv have
been guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gilson and
family of East Burke were at F. A.
Brewer's on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bond of
St. Johnsbury with Glen Moonev
and Frank Lnpoint spent the week
enrl att he Glenvera cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Champany
of Lvndonvillc, vio have been spend
ing their honevmoon at Kamn Kil
kare. Shadow Lake, returned Sunday
Mr. and Mrs, Perlc Grant nnd
two sons, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Cox
of Lvndonville have been nt Moun
tain View rottage part of the wek.
The Bradshaw family held n family
reunion at Shadow Lake Sunday en-
J tertaining relatives and friends,
Among the party were Mi. and Mrs.
j V.ullaee Houghton and daughter,
uth, Mrs. Achsa Turner, Lyndon,
1 rs. Miuiuhl Shackford, Mr. and j
i Charles I
iode, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brad-!
I .(.,,, n vwl II 1 .1 PnHin t
Lisbon, N. 1L, Mrs. Rupert Cutting I
w w T n
d two daughters, Bernice and
" " " -
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Drown
Springfield have been visiting
Miss Helen Bennett is visiting
Bartlett, N. II.
Miss Marion Hastings has gone to i
St. Johnsbury to work in the Cowles j
A. II. Forsaith and Charles Mor
gan were at East St. Johnsbury
Miss Flora Williams spent Friday
nnd Saturday in St. Johnsbury.
miss i.ena Williams is worknir in
St. Johnsbui'- at the Fairbanks of
fice. Mr. anil Mrs. George Flynn of East
Haven and Mr. and Mr.;. George Da
mon of St. Johnsbury have been
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Webb
during the past week.
Miss Lvlo S'Viulding has been vis
itin" in St. Johnsbury lately.
Mr. and Mrs. Peck of Danville
are working for Mr. and Mrs. George
Mrs. ILu riette Douilas spent the j
week end at her home here, p-oing .
Monday to Whiteiield, N. IL, where
she has a position.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hardin"' and)
son, Wendell, were in Vershire the
Harry L. Bennett and Miss Grace
JTutchins returned to Lynn, Mass.,
Sunday after heme the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. X. F. Richards for a week.
Rev N. S. Hill of the First Uni
vrvsalist church will sneak at the
Church of the Messiah, St. Johnsbury
next Sunday morning in exchange
with Rev. Harold Gu" Don Scott of
Stillman Cutting of Lisbon, N. It..
has been spending a few flays with
his dau'rhter, Mrs. W. A. Bradshaw.
Dr. G. B. French is visiting in
Mrs. Rupert Cutting and daughters
Borniee and Cosbi came Fridav to
spend some time with Mrs. Cutting's
mother, Mrs. Marina Hastings.
Miss Helen Conner of Troy. N. Y.,
is a guest, of Mrs. W. C Harvey.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J .Lvon have re
turned from several weeks spent with
friends in Methuen, Mass.
Mrs. Jennie Barnett lvis sold her
home to Thaddens Wheiton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chaplin have
purchased th" Road house north of
the Universalist church.
Luther Green, who has been spend
ing three weeks with his niece. Mrs.
i ora nanny ro'iirnnci Saturday to
his home in Bradford.
Miss Octavia Thurston. L. .1. Coop
er and Georije Smith were in Little
ton on- Sundav to see Mrs. Luette
Lewis, who is ill at the home of her
duuifhtor, Mrs. F. M. Richardson.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kent of Mc
Indocs, Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett,
Mrs. Brown and dauerhter, Elsinore,
of St. Johnsbury, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Streetor and family, East
Concord, Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Blair,
and son, Sheffield, have been recent
euests of Mr. and Mrs. John Laun
dry. Mr. and Mrs. Lafa Smith of St.
Inh-rbui"-, Mr. nnd Mi?, Allis Berry
of Barton were Sunday uests of Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Carnenter. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams
have been in Lancaster, N. IL, re
cently. Mr and Hrn. Dudley Walter were
in St. Johnsbury on Saturday.
Ii-vino- Coon of Lunenburg was at
his home here over Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. E. Warren nml
Lee and Dewev Warren snent Sun
day with Ralph Hartshorn of East
Mrs. Hirnm Woods is ill from
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Walter re
turned Tuesday from a short vsit to
Mrs. aWlter's narents. Mr. nnd Mri.
Chfrles Packer of Whiteficld, N. H.
C. C. Walter was in St. Johnsbury
The home of Mrs. Jennie Bonnett
was the scene of a pleasant wedding
weanesoay alternoon when her
daughter, Mrs. Flora Barnott Baird
of Kirby was united in marriage to
Haven BIodett of North Stratford,
N. H. The house was prettily deco
rated for the occasion. The cere
mony was performed by the Rev. N.
S. Hill, pastor of the First Univer
sali.it church. Only near relatives of
the bride and groom were present.
After the ceremonv n dainty lunch
eon was served bv the bride's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Blodgett will ieside at
the proom's home in North Stratford,
Mrs. Mianda Kinne. of Barre, has
been spending a week with her
brother, D. H. Morton.
Mr. and Mrs. Len William ' of
Manchester, N. IL, have been vii-iiing
Mrs. Williams' mother, Mrs. Sort
well. Frank H. Winkley of Carlisle,
Mass., came Saturday to spend the
summer at the home of Mrs. E. A.
William C. Pratt passed awav Fri
day eveni"- after an illness of only
24 hours from aneinanectoris. M-
Pratt was born in Lunenhuv. A mil
4. 1842, a son of Edwin and M
Dodge Pratt. From a family of four
hrothers he is the last survivor Wonr.
1" his whole life has been snent in
Concord. In Mav. 18fi5, he was mar
ried to Arville C. Kellogf. who pass
cd away July 2, 1805. He has suc
cessful!" filled most of the town offi
ces and in 1880 renresented his town
nt the State legislntion. He was n
member of Moose River Lode. No.
82, F. nnd A. M.. Palestine Commnn.
dery, K. T.. Woodburv G. A. TL. No
f.' and Adah Chantor. No. .ID. o r
S. These orders and also the Wom
an s Relief Corns attended thp fu
neral in a body. He was an interested
and regular attendant of the First
The sign of a reliable dealer
and the world's best Gasoline
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Universalist church. In the organiza
tions of which he was a member and
where he had filled manv offices a
familiar figure on the streets, lie will i
be missed by a large circle of friends, j
He enlirted in 1862 in Co. K, 15th
Regiment, Vt. Vol. and was muster- I
ed out in 18(i3 at Brattleboro, Vt. He j
is survived bv an adopted daughter,
HT ,1.1. T. . ... . '
rars. waiter ic. foolc 01 Braiilorrl.
The funeral was held from the First
Universalist church Sunda - at two I
o clock, Rev. A. M. Smith a former
pastor, officiating, assisted b- Rev.
N. S. Hill, pastor of the church. The !
bearers were L. V. Hastings, George
Hastincrs. Clvde Crowell. D. ft.
ner Among those who came here to
attend the funeral were Mr and Mrs
Walter R Poole, Mr and Mrs Burton
Hooker, Mr and Mrs L W Hastings,
Mrs Emma Quimby. of Bradford:
Mr and Mrs John Monte-ornery. Mr
Mrs Charles Woodburv, W T 'Reed,
Mr. and Mrs. George Meaker, Edwin
Spencer, W B Eastman of St Johns
bury; F E Richardson. F M Richard
son of Littleton, !N. IL. and Mr and
Mrs. Harley Pike of Waterford.
Mrs. Felix McQueen is visiting nt
her home in Barre.
Miss Francena liine- of East Con
cord visited friends here
Mrs. Walter Chaplin visited at Lu
ther Brown's, St. Johnsbury Center,
the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodbury,
Mrs. Edwin Spencer of St. Johnsbury
and Mrs. Geor-'e Copn of East St.
Johnsbuiy were guests of their
brother, B. F. Woodbury, on Satur
day, tho occasion being the 70th
birthday of Mrs. Spencer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McDonald, of
East Burke, were at O .B. Cutting's
William Chanman has moved to
Mrs. Emma Quimby's house.
Ernest Quimby and famil- spent
Sunday at Shadow lake.
Ulysses and John Grant and Mr.
Tisdale of Lyndon are at the Grant
house at Shadow Lake.
Miss Lylo 'Snaulding was home
from her work in St. Johnsbury for
the week end.
Carl Hooker of Lowell, Mass., has
been visitinf relatives here.
Lucille Carpenter of Berlin, N. IL,
is visitiw Mrs. Cora Bailev.
' Miss Alice Reed visited Mrs. Harry
Brown in Lunenburpr last week.
THERE IS NO
We have them to satisfy all good
CHAS. H. HOWE
St Johnsbury, Vermont
Keep Your Tractor
Feed grinding requires a constant flow of steady
power. To develop this power, Summer or
Winter, your tractor must be correctly lubricated.
For uniformly dependable lubrication use Socony
Tractor Oil. Its correctly balanced "body" meets
every tractor requirement. Gives clean, smooth
Socony Tractor Oil is the result of a close study
of tractor and farm needs and is recommended
for use in all types of lubricating systems. It
protects engine parts against fractional wear,
holds ils "body" in weather extremes and makes
tractors last longer.
Be guided by the Socony Sign. That's where to
buy Socony Tractor Oil, Greases and Fuels.
There is a Socony Lubricant of the right
consistency for every mechanical need.
Standard Oil Go. of New York
Due here Friday
By the barrel $10.
By the peck $1.
Pure Lard, any quanity A
Compound, any quantity
Small can Tomatoes 1
Large can Tomatoes
Grandma's Soap Powder -
Curtis Bros. Blue Label Peas, by the doz $2
By the can I
THIS IS LESS THAN THE WHOLESEALE
Smith's Bread -
IT PAYS TO' PAY CASH ;
Smith's Cash Grocer
While we always aim to 'give the i .;
BEST VALUES POSSIBIl
IN ALL LINES OF
We are showing exceptional values in the f ollowir
SILKS Plain colors in taffeta, messalines and s
ins, worth $3.95 to $5.00 per yard, Now $2
GEORGETTE CREPES the best quality woi
$2.95 , "Now $1
Silk, Georgette, Organdie and Voile WAISTS,: w
$5.95 to $9.00 Now $4
JERSEY SUITS Were $35.00 and $39.50, Now. 8
20 and 25 per cent discount on all other Suits a
Coats. 4 i
DRESSES Voiles, ginghams, etc., at three pri
to close $8.95, $10.95 and $14
that we shall