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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1920
AT 65 HE ENJOYS
"FRUIT-A-TIVES" Keep Hi
Stomach, and Liver in order
IfiTsi 7 I'M "HV
' 'i r. R. ADAMS
- ' 154 Elm St., Lakeport, H. H.
"I realize that I have reached the
age (63) when one often require
fixing up. My digestion was not
right and trouble with my Liver and
Bowels caused considerable distress.
I could not get rid of ' he Consti
pation ; and the insufficient action cf
xaf bowels resulted ia my LlocJ
absorbing the poisons.
Xast fall, I began taking Tru:t-a-tives
cr Fruit Liver Tablets, and
after using1 them for a short time I
could see they were jujt what my
system required. My liver becaaa
active and improvement ia every way
I doubt whether anyone could feel
better than I do ; and I am willing
to give credit where credit is duo, t o
'Fruit-a-tives'." F. R. ADAMS.
60c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c.
At dealers or from FItUIT-A-TI VEti
Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y.
Mrs. Frank Ahem and son, Law
ience of Conpord, .N. H., are visiting
her sister, Mrs. Ella Goodall and oth
Mi"). Henry Parker of West Stew
artsttwn, is visiting; Mr. and Mrs.
Mi. and Mrs. Harry Sweet and
children have returned home to
Fitzdale after spending seveial days
hei! with their mother, Mrs. Doia
Hazel Davis of Concord visited
Miss Lola P'isher the last of the
I Mi. and Mrs. Dan Merrill and
daughter, Mr. Doyle of Campton vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Andy Conors, the
f.iat of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cable of Lyn
donville vitited their mother, Mrs.
Ed. Cole Sunday. They with Mr. and
Mis. Cole visited relatives in Lan
caster, Whitefield and Carroll.
It is eypreted services will be ie
sumed at the Methodist church ntxt
Sunday. The pitor, Rev. Glenn
Douglas has been having a thrse
Mrs. Fir.nk Seace has returned to
her home in St. Johnsbury after
spending several days here with her
daughter, Mrs. Hubbard Fisher.
Guy and Earl Ishnm visited their
uncle, Nelson Buyers at Norwich the
first of h'.st week.
Nila Crawford has returned home
after spending some time with her EAST BURKE
mother, Mrs. Edna Crawford at Dan- j James McGm anf) ,saiah Kflthm
lU. and Mrs. D. M. Smith visited at ! LtTlL Su"day vieitoM at
their .slater's, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso
ST. JOHNSBURY EAST I turned heme Saturday; night accom
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond . Gray..;, of . gariUiJby Mrs. Vance, who will
Greenfield, Mass., and Mrs. Ina row-! spend some time in town.
Mrs. Maria A. Hobbs from Cres
cent City,' Florida, who has been
visiting rn ' Danville, has cone to St.
Johnsbury for a week where she will
visit fiiends. "
Mrs. Earle Rodeers is much im
proved in health and her nurse, Mrs.
Nettie S. Fisher, has returned to her
home in St. Johnsbury.
Diamond Chapter, No. 14, O. ' E.
S., will hold their rtnilar meeting
Wednesday evening, July 21.
Mis. Byron Wright and little
daushter, Natalie, ot Bane are visit
ing Mrs. McLean.
Mrs. J. E. Nelson and two little
hsr sister, Mis. Chauncey A. Adams,
Mis. Delprar Smith and Sara
Smith, who have been spendh'.g snne
time in Massachusetts and New
Hampshire have returned hone.
Harmony Club will meet with Mrs.
Watt at her cottage at Joe's Pond
Monday evanwr. July 26.
W. H. Cass has sold his farm to
There will be a picnic at the Gillis'
farm Wednesday, July 21 under the
auspices of the Christian Endeavor
Mrs. Withinoron and little son
from Chenev. Wash., are spending
the week with her. cousin, Mrs.
Chauncey A. Adams.
ers or St. Jchnsburv visited at
George McGinnis', Sunday.
Mis. Herbert Budges returned
home on Saturday, after spending
two weeks with her sister at We3t
Mrs. G. I. Copp invited her mother,
Mrs. Edward Spencer, and Mr. and
Mrs. Chaues Woodburv cf St.
Johnsbury at her home Saturday to
tpend the day, it being Mis. Sptn
few hours with their cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Woodburv.
Miss Ruth Burpee has been quite
ill tor the last lew weeks, and is :n
a critical condition.
S. J. MeGinni3 is doing the haying
at the Chase and Hovty farm.
Mi. and Mrs. Carl Hovey of St.
Johnsbury are at the Chase and Hov
Mrs. Floyd Blodgett and three chil
dren from Lyndonville visited Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Blodgett last week.
Martha Blodgett returned home
Wednesday from East St. Johnsbury
where she had been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Blodgett and from Luiien-
j burg where she visited her brother,
i Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Thomas and two
Mrs. George Wood of St. Johns
bury is visiting Mrs, J. C. Warren
for a few days.
Henry Biiggs, Emma Leach and
Parkey Barrows were visitors in Lit
tleton, N. H., one evening last week.
Mrs. Walter Cheney and daughter,
Margaret, of Washington, D. C, are
visiting her sister, Mrs. Mamie Rog
ers. Mrs. Marion Morrill a.id Marjorie
Smith visited relatives in Whitefield,
N. H., last week.
Mrs. Dave Bean and little daugh
ter, Faye and Nettie Bean of Grove
ton, N. H., were guests ot Mrs. L.
U. Stockwcll last week.
Hairiman's at Dalton, Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Whipple and daughter,
Katie, visited relatives in Lunenburg
Mrs. Eliza Graham has finished
work at the Bag mill and is working
for John and Hairy McDonald.
Mrs. Frank Keneson visited her
daughter, Ruby, at Manchester, N.
H., last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bean and
children of Wilder visited at heir
brother, Nathan Bean's last Satur
day going from there to visit their
mother, Mrs. Hattie Bean at Roscoe
Miss Clara Spooner who attends
school at South Lancaster, Mass., is
canvassing the place for books try
ing to gain a scholarship for the next
school year. She stops with Mrs. Wil
lie Sayeis while in town.
Mrs. Curt Goodall and little Vel
ma Carr have returned home from a
visit among relatives at Concord N.
H. Mrs. Goodall was accompanied
J by her mother, Mrs. Emma Brown.
Koss rolsom caught his limit or
brook trout Monday. The largest tip
ped the scales at lsi lbs.
There will be no services at the
Congregational church for the next
three Sundays. M. W. Hale, the pas
tor, will be away on his vacation.
The social held at the Congrega
tional church Thursday evenino- was
well attended. A fine nrogram was
The stork visited this place twice 1 given and refreshments of ice cream
and cake were served.
during the past few days, leaving a
little daughter, Marjorie Iris, to
gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs.
El.roy Fisk and a little daughter,
Alice Myra, to gladden the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Elry Adair.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Temple of
St. Johnsbury recently visited at
their sisters, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
JVIr. and Mrs. Riley Blodgett of
Guildhall are here doing the haying
on their faun in Oregon.
Prank Burt linn finished diiving
Ralph Hartshorn's team at Fitzdale.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lavature,
Alphonnc nnd Arthur and Frank
Powers took an auto trip to Franklin
and Manchester, N. H., last week.
Mrs. Lepha Clossen has returned
to her home at West Lunenburg- af
ter spending three weeks here with
her neice, Mrs. Fred Whipple.
Mrs. Clark Steere has been visit
ing her sister at Barre for the. past
10 days. Florence and Eunice Steere
staved with Mrs. Horace Biiggs
while their grandmother was away.
Harl Kiser of Danville was a guest
at Milo Perkins' over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Fisher of Ber
. lin, N. H., were at their sister's. Mr.
and Mrs. George Kind's rwcntly.
Lila lusher i working for Mrs.
Mrs. Philip Carpenter is caring for
her' daughter, Mrs. Elrv Adair.
Miss Bernardino Sargent of Is
land Pond is visiting at J. C. Warren's.
Mrs. Julia Barr returned home
from Northfteld, Wednesday after a
two weeks' stay with relatives.
A. W. Baker of Boston is at his
summer home here.
Miss Flora Atkjns of Mt. Berry,
Ga., is spending a few weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rogers and
son, Jack, recently visited her folks
at Enosbuig Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. George Houghton of
Montpelier were visitors here last
Ernest Witham is home from City
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Witham and
Dale are at I. C. Peck's at East Cab
ot for a while.
Mrs. Madge Bullock and daughter
Pauline, who have been stopping sev
eral weeks with her father, L. C.
Lance, have returned to their home
Mrs. Charles Cole and children of
Barre recently visited at Orson Blod
All those' interested in "Old Home
Week" are requested to meet at I.
O. G. T. Hall Thursday evening. July
Mis3 McConachie of Barre is vis
iting her aunt, Mrs. L. W. Burbank
Howard L naeofc
Howard Lance of Montpelier is
wifh his father, L. C. Lance.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Martin and
daughters arc visiting relatives in
i'm The I I'M A SW06TH; QRPtft ,
O.L )5LICK , ESVjif YoVR CAR W
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USING the proper oils on your car is of great assistance
and prolongs the life of your bearings. Poor oil separ
ates on the bearings and allows the steel to friction. We
have a supply of oils and greases that are recommended for I
your use. I
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dode of Lyn
donville were recent visitors at A.
Jesse Drew and Alvah Freeto are
working on the Frasier farm during
Michael Cohen has returned to his
work in Montpelier after visiting
friends in town a few days.
Mrs. Harris Sanborn from Prov
idence, R. I., is visiting her mother,
Mrs. George Hubbard.
Mrs. Mike Sullivan is spending the
week m Burlington with her daugh
ter, Mertie. Mr3. Hattie Harris is
Mrs. H. J. Hubbard, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Stewart of Lyndonville,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carr of St.
i Johnsbury, Mrs.. Harold Carr of
Arcadia, ia., Mrs. rhillip tl. Jjown
e3 and son from Los Angeles, Cal.,
were recent visitors at the "Club
In spite of the rain Wednesday
evening there was a very interesting
meeting ot Burke Mt. Grange. Re
freshments of ice cream and cake
were served. A good literary pro
gram by the children was enjoyed.
Mrs. James Uallapher and son,
Herbert are visiting relatives in Mon
Leo and Herman Cole are spend
ing a few days at Asa Hunter's.
Lewis Sentarbar is working for
Mrs. Lottie Carr of Groveton. N.
H., was a recent visitor in town
George L. Eggleston and Earl
Lathroup and R. A. Eggleston from
Canaan, N. H., were callers in
Mr. and Mrs. Alvah D. Gilson are
the happy parents of a baby boy
Alvah D. Gilson Jr., born Sunday,
C. E. Freeto, Harold Phillips were
home from their work in Bethlehem
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Keith of Iras
bury, Ida Hunt of Cambridge, Mrs.
Evelyn Bliss of St. Albans were
Sunday visitors at H. D. Webster's.
George Gilson and family were
recent visitors at F. A. Brewer's.
Miss Angic Willey and Annie Hol
ton of Lyndonville visited at Harris
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Jenkins from
Speedwell farms were Sunday visi
tors at P. S. Harris'.
Henry Darling recently returned
from Detroit, Mich., driving home a
truck for the Goss Garage at St.
Mrs. James Buell has been quite ill
the past week with heart trouble.
Her daughter, Mrs. Morton Holbrook
and son, Ralph Buell, of St. Johns
bury have been witn her. She is
quite comfortable at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Leach are re
joicing over the advent of a baby
boy, born Tuesday, July 13.
Mrs. Mathers was home from her
work in Lyndonville for the week
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Granger from
Florence, Mass., are visiting at P.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crane of
New York, Georere W. Session of
Potsdam. N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Heath of Winter Haven, Fla., were
recent visitors at Burkelyn Hall.
Dr Farmer from St. Johnsbury was
a professional visitor in town Tues
day. Charles W. Smith of Fitchbure,
Mass., is visiting his brother, Harris
Bion F. Humphrey Jr. went Sat
urday to Brattleboro, Vt., where he
has a position. He will make his
home with his sister, Mrs. A. C.
Percy Kenniston was home from
his work in Wolcott over the week
B. W. Streeter is entertaining his
little nephew, Lonnie Richardson,
from Springfield, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McDonald were
Sunday visitors at Concord.
The Darlings are making repairs
on the interior of their house oc
cupied by Charles Knapp.
Miss Woods, a trained nurse is
caring for Mrs. A. D. Gilson and
baby, and both mother and child are
Ivas Kenniston is working for Mr.
Hamel through haying.
Miss Wood from Wftlden is spend
ing a few days with he rmother at
Mt. View Farm.
Mr. and Mrs A. J. Goss and Mrs.
Kenneth Lane spent Monday at
Miss Emilv Armstrong and Mrs.
George Armstrong were at Landaff,
N. H., Sunday.
E. F. Ayer were at Wheelock, Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Frasier of
Louisana, a former store keener here
is visiting his nsice, Mrs. Harry
Emery and calling1 on old friends.
Mrs. Dr. Aldrich and son, James,
occupied their cottage at Point Com
fort a few days last week.
Mr. Gushing and mother from New
York city are occupying one of Mrs.
Berry's cottages at Point Comfort.
Mr. and Mrs. Perley Ailes and two
sons of St. Johnsbury spent part o
last week with his narents, Mi. and
Mrs. George Ailes.
Raymond Conlev of Laconia, N. '
spent the week end at Hollis Wi ,
Henry Cook is home from Texa a
spend the summer with his mother,
Mrs. Cynthia Cook.
Mrs. John Brickett is visitinv her
sons; who are in camp at Wolfsboro,
N. H. Mr. Brickett accompanied her
Saturday and came home Mondav
. The Misses McFarland from Bos
ton are boardinr at George Ailes' at
the Lakeside House.
Mrs. Han Somers from St.
Johnsbury and a party of fiiends are
occupying the Somers cottage.
Mi. and Mrs. Clark from Orange,
N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. Packard of
California are occuping the Badger
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fair of St.
Johnsbury were over Sunday guest3
of Mrs. Will Berry. Mr. Berry wa3
also home from Montpelier over Sun
da v. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swase- and
family and their guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Pitkin occupied the Chesley
cottage over Sunday.
Miss Muriel Weed of Portland,
Mrs. M. A. Harrison and Mrs. Vir
ginia Duty and son of Baltimore,
Md., are at Welikeit cottage, guests
ot the Emerson's.
Mrs. Jennie Allsonn of New York.
Citv is visiting her mother, Mrs. Al
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harding and
son of West Concord visited her
father, Oliver McCosco Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Daniels and
family made a trip to the , White
Visitors at Bert Osgood's. "Edge
Lake Farm" over the Fourth Wera
Mrs. R. W. Faust of Belmont, and
son,, H. A. W.hite, D. M. D. of Bos
ton, F. W. Osgood of Boston, O. H.
Osgood and wife of South Sudbury,
Mrs. M. A. Osgood and son, Albert.
and daughter, Electa, from West Vir
ginia, 1. A. Osgood and son, Robert,
from St. Johnsbury.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Hardy,
Miss Lorinda Hardy and George Da
vis spent Sundav visiting Mr. Hardy's
Drotner, f rank Hardv in Urleans.
' Mrs. Winfield S. Fisher, whd has HickUnd of Danville exchanged pul-
been spending the week in Sutton as 'Pits Sunday. ,
a guest of Mrs. - Robert Vance,; re- Miss Jennie Sterling and Mrs.
The grange meeting Tuesday even
ing was sparsely attended owing to
church activities. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Carter and
daughter returned to their home in
Tilton, N. H., Tuesday. Mr. Walter
Hoyt and son returned to Lowell,
Mass., the same day.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Blanchard of
Tilton, N. H.. Mr. Albert Carter and
Miss McCloud of Lowell, Mas., re
turned to their homes Friday.,
Mrs. Carrie Koy is staying with
Mrs. Julia Carter indefinitely.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Achilles were
in Newbury Sunday to attend the
funeral of a friend. V
The families of Frank Shaw, Gar
f.eld Darling,' B. L. Gadley and Miss
Margaret Blair spent Monday, at
Walter Bush way of Cambridge,
Mass., is visiting his father, Hariey
Miss Mae White worked at Charles
Roy's this week.
Mark . Adams who has been sick
for sometime, passed away Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor are par
ents of a baby boy, Elmer Henry,
born Saturday, July 17.
F. B. Allyn and family took an au
to trip to Crystal Lake Sunday.
Henry Lawrence, who has been
boarding at Mrs. Mary Craig's, has
gone to Albert Peak's to board.
Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy and
sony Theion, have be n visiting in
Louise Bayley has gone to Spring
field, Mass., where she has a posi
tion. Miss Laura. Chamberlain, an old
resident of Peacham, is boarding .at
1 Rev. Mi. Chase and Rev. David
Stt Memorial lighthouse at Crown Point on
Lake Lhamplatn, commemorating the
discovery of Lake Champlain by Samuel
Champlain in 1609. Erected 1912.
Every motor highway and byway '
throughout picturesque New!
England and New York is a part '
of the long "Socony Trail".
THE Standard Oil Company Of New
York was a pioneer in the oil, refining
industry. It has made petroleum history
by constantly improving the quality of ite
products, and by discovering and develop
ing new ones. siQmmi imMn,t,..
Socony products and service have kept
pace with every step of progress made to
the petroleum industry and with eyery
requirement of those who depend upon it
in any way.
As a result, Socony gasoline today represents half
a century of refining experience. It is truly the
standard of quality motor fuels. Socony stations
are ever increasing in number because imMdristsl 4
are demanding, more and more, a uniformly
clean and powerful gasoline, easily obtainable...
Because Socony is always uniform, it always gives
full mileage with low carbonization. And this is
true whether you buy it in Bar Harbor of Buffalo.
The economy of a permanent carburetor adjust-
41 QntMn regular gasoline whenever you need it. Socony
fA.tWf M service enables Socony users to do this.
For complete motoring satisfaction, begin using
bocony regularly today.
Look for the red, white and blue Socony sign,
STANDARD OIL GO. OF NEW YORK
SSEsIr rilHSuCDtWoU EgS5S$ Memorial lighthouse at Crown Point on 'M
II " J , I of the long "Socony Trail". i
I clean and powerful gasoline, easily obtainable. .
Because Socony is always uniform, it always gives I
. , , ;
REG. U.S. PAT. ..OFF,
Annie Piper of New York City are
visiting at Ira Jcnnison's.
Miss Anna Renfrew is spending a
few days in Groton.
There will be an auction of tho
Mountain View House and property
on Thursday, July 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hunter and
daughter, Mary Sylvia, of Middle
ton, Mass., are spending two weeks
Arthur Aiken was called to New
York lant week by' the serious illness
of his brother, Leonard Aiken.
Mr. aid M. Artlmr Pi of
Clareinoi't. N. II., vi.-it d nt AJSI.-jrt
Peak's the last of the week and Mrs.
Peak remained for a week,
i George and Reginald Esdcn were
at Thetford over Sunday. Mrs. Esden
came home with them.
Hazel Douse visited Mrs. Marv
Randall at Woodsville, N. H., last
Mrs. Jennie Blair, who has been
quite sick at St. Johnsbury, . came
home la t week.
Mrs. AnthonyBaldwin and son,
Thebdore Anthohvof Boston are
visiting her mother. Mr3. Leslie Ad
Velma Roberts of Lyndonville was
at her brother's, Raymond Roberts'
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gage' nd Mr.
and Mrs. Gustin.of West Somerville,
Mass., were at Ezra Learned's on
Day at Plymouth Home
ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER
Mrs. Nellie Smith of Burke is vis
iting the family of her brother, Har
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith and two
children and Mrs. Dezetto Smith of
Lvndonville visited", Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Powers.' on Sunday.
(Continued from Page 1)
encn. O ilv'i'i tbk. w ay. en" tho
i arm-' of men .'.'".! wdiih n h;v'
' . iiif to (! mini ot l'i'i- iiccititii1 i wtniin
ullachod to our liiotr.utioiv. e
must realize the great privilege that
we have of living under law and or
der and forever preserve the heritage
of our fathers.
The Governor's address was follow
ed by three cheers and a tiger for
"the most distinguished V'ermonter"
after which the assembly1 rapidly
broke up and wended their way
homeward to the four corners of the
Green Mountain state.
Plymouth Corner lies in the heart
of the Green mountains about 15
miles from Ludlow and equally dis
tant from Woodstock. The ride from
White River Junction to Plymouth,
via Woodstock and Bridgewater, is
one of the most picturesque in Ver
mont. The splendid state road winds
over the mountain and then follows
the Ottaquechee river until finally
t l'J - ! i - Ll. a .Vive a
VOUllUge pittlGZtt IS WUllil a Hi" ... v.-.
hundreds on Thursday that ha
er seen the spot before. ;
Two automobiles took eight ft
St. Johnsburv to the . Govern)
birthplace. Gilbert E. Woods invi
in his car A. B. Noyes, Frank; N,,C
and Harry H. Carr, the CaledO
county member pfe the republh
state committee Charles A. Sm
invited to ride in his car CecjU' .Fffl
er, Hai-ry W. Randall and Araitir
Stone. 'The St. Johnsbury vm
maHe the 200 milo tWp very "?ifa
aliK, l.-!..vn- lcv.li iotit 4Hp"?'''JI
i!i:i:;ii! mvl rc'.ifnilfj '-in'-1w'fi
'.'v:iiiin'. Ut'th iMi'tirs."'-.jt'o'py'.m
route at the L;;kc' MdreV GtubfJiti
was necessary to detour afBradfil
where the state rokd wals beins$i
paired. The party with Mr. . Shu)
took the Nj.w Hampshire sideiof j
river going down, entering VMM
again at Hanover where ;th ,Cu
mings Construction -Company -j
busily engaged in erecting new b
ings for the trreat college therie,
stiM,kAeps growing, An liftat Li
of -the most' .beautiful t ppAiial
water -itf, Vermont, lar fetoPv2
girls" from the Winonfi "anff1 (3mB
esjips. drillW ". on ' the old '" inula
gr6unds;7with' other girls n(
groomea'Tidrses, swimmeir ,1jjil
placid lake doing all' kinds"'o'aa
stunts, an , th lake ;!oW
canoes full of singing giria teft M
tur in the minds of the meThbetA t
the party that will Ion linger at D
the state and was greatly admired byrpnd of a perfect day.