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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920
C. D. Cook, contractor and buider,
has a contract for building a nivc cot
tage house for the U. S. Bobbin and
Shuttle company at Willoughby to
be occupied by their superintendent,
A. J. Nelson.
Mrs. Jonas Brooks was one of thse
present at the meeting of the Ver
mont Y. W. C. A. council at Camp
Hochelaga last Tuesday.
Among the visitors at Camp Hoch
elaga last week were Mr. and Mrs.
. Frank H. Brooks and a party of
friends who made the trip by auto,
Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs. Cosbi of bt.
E. Barpuin and family were in the
White Mountains Sunday and called
on friends in Groton.
D. F. Worthen has a potato on ex
hibition in the window of the Cross
bakery that weiehs four ounces. He
planted the seed potato in his garden
May 15 and dug the potato July 31.
Henry. A. Bryant has sold the John
Austin farm, stock and tools in New
ark to Wilbur H. Worthen in ex
change for his two tenement house
at 142 1-2 Railroad St. Mr Bryant
has taken the agency in this section
for the E. A. Strout Farm agency
and will close out his own real estate
business within the next 90 days.
Philip Thompson of Yonkers, N.
Y., is visiting his St. Johnsbury relatives.
A. B. Dow's real estate agency has
sold the Aldvich farm near North
Danville to Ernest Corbin.
Congratulations were being show
ered today upon Andrew Boomer, the
proprietor of the Summervillc mar
ket, and his bride, Mrs. Ida M.
Shorey of Newport. Mr. Boomer was
handing out chocolates to lady cus
tomers and cigars to his gentlemen
The Fitch Maternity hospital at 98
Railroad street will be open for ins
pection Wednesday and the public is
During the month of A,Viust the
Red Cross office hours at the 'Armory
Will be given up. Mrs. Hcywood will
continue to do Miss Varney's work
Rev. and Mrs. James A. Thompson
of BridpewateV, Mass., have been the
guests the past few days of Mr. and
Mrs. Homer E. Smith. Mr. Thompson
was a former rector of St. Andrew's
church and was cordially greeted by
his old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bcrtrand leave
Monday in- their car for a two week's
vacation at Old Orchard and vicinity.
They will camp out during their trip.
Mrs. S. J. Somervillc was the cat
erer at the iiazclton-Muler wedding
at Barnet Wednesda- and assisted in
serving at the wedding at Gossabode
at Joe's pond on Thursday afternoon.
Miss Frances Davis has been en
gaged as stenographer for the French
and Bean company while Miss Mil
dred Houghton is on her vacation.
Rev. Dr. A. P. Glint has return
ed home from his vacation and will
preach at St. Andrew's Episocpalu
church on Sunday
F. E. Farnham of Chicago was' a
business visitor to St. Johnsbury
Friday but took the opportunity while
here to examine the collection of
stamps at the Fairbanks Museum, be
ing particularly interested in the
early issue of Natal. Mr. Farnham
is a member of the American Phil
atelic society and has one of the fin
est collections of United States
stamps in blocks of four in the Unit
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Jones leave
this afternoon for a week's vacation
at their former home in Johnson.
Howard Fisk has been added to the
sales force of the French and Bean
company and will specialize in candy
and cigars. Hxi-h Clifford hasalso
entered the employ of this firm and
will have charge of the sales room.
Mrs. S. C. Voodry of Cabot was a
visitor in town on Friday.
Miss Charlena Herbert, who has
been teaching in Attlcboro, Mass.,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. K.
town, with Percival Gilder and Mis
May James as their guests, arrived
from the latter 'city Monday by auto
mobile. They had motored 514 miles
from Buffalo to which city they had
travelled by boat. They were on the
road three days and found the roads
very good. Thev are the guests of
Mrs. Joseph Dickinson of 4 Char
les street and will remain for two
weeks. They will drive back by auto
mobile. Mrs. Robert Jtenson and son Lem
uel, Doris Lacrosse and Arsene Lane
have been spending a week with
friends in Manchester, N. H.
Miss Lillian Bennett is visiting
Miss Ellen Powers of Fitzdale for
a few days.
Russell Marshall, who has been
quite sick is much better at this writing.
Miss Bertha Terrill of Burlington,
head of the Department of Home Ec
onomics at the University of Vermont
was in St. Johnsbury yesterday.
Guy W. Hill has resigned as sec
retary and librarian of the Vermont
Bar association. Lawyer Hill's resig
nation takes effect September 1.
Miss Mary J. Nelson went Tues
day to Portland, and will go to Mo
henan, Maine, where she will spend
Dr. G. B. French of Concord was
in St. Johjsbury on business Monday.
Smith S. Emerson ot Passumpsic
Rev. Harold Guy Don Scott has was a business visitor in town Mon-
For a few days we shall sell a nice
Lady's Shopping Basket
assorted colors, different sizes.
SEE OUR WINDOW
These goods just received fresh
from the factory. Made in New Eng
land by the Indians? No, not made
by the Indians.
THE PECK CO.
accepted the call to the Frist Univer
salist church of Cincinnati and
preaches his farewell sermon in the
St. Johnsbury church Sunday morn
ing. Dr. W. A. Gage leaves Monday for
a camping trip in northern and cen
tral New York.
Mrs. Mary Impey went to Peacliam
this mornin" to visit her ncicc, Mrs.
Mrs. C. D.. Root of Springfield,
Mass., has been visiting at the home
of H. J. Maiden
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Dumont are
the parents of a baby daughter born
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Davis re
turned to Windsor after two weeks
with Mrs. Iavis' familv.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Randall of
St. Louis are visiting relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ladd and Mrs.
and Mrs. Harry M. Underwood of
t. Johnsbury motored to Littleton
and Woodsville returning home late'
in the day.
Miss Elsie Butt of Everett, Mass.,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. George
The State highway commissioner
has called for new bids on the con
struction of a bit of Federal highway
for .7" of waterbound macadam
road in Barnet.
The report to the secretary of
state of the automobile accidents on
Sunday throughout Vermont was ex
ceptionally light. Among the minor
accidents was one reported bv John
Kidman of White River Junction who
reported that Raymond Gray's car
ran into the rear end of the Kidman
car in a sudden ston at St. Johnsbury.
Word has been received here of the
birth of a son in Jacksonville, Fla.,
to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Underwood
The boy's name is Hugh D. Under
wood, Jr., and he is a grandson' of
Mrs. Florence Underwood.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
American Legion will hold their re
gular meeting tonight at 8 o'clock in
Red Men's hall instead of in the
Hugh T. Borland and wife and son
Kenneth of New York city arc visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cole and
family of Detroit, formerly of this
Mrs. William Gilbert is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Howard at 35 Clif
W. C. Heath of Panville was in
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Summervillc
and Paul Summerville have returned
from a trip to Northficld.
The Brotherhood of the Methodist
church have engaged Charles Ross
Taggart to give an entertainment at
the Church on Sept. 10, following the
Mr. nd Mrs. Thomas Cole of De
troit are spendin a week with friend
and relatives in St. Johnsbury.
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Ward and
Mr. iindMrs. C. R. Scott were in Bur
Mr. and Mrs. Tedd Fuller of Plain
ville, Mass., visited her sister, Miss
Evelyn Blackburn, Sunday. They ai-
now at Willoughbv for a week.
Mir and Mrs. Henry E. Bryon of
Cliff street left today on a two
weeks' vacation. The first week they
will visit Mr. Bryon s sister, Mrs. G
Round at Springeld, and tho second
week will be the -uest ot H. IS,
Smith at Chester.
Harold Adam's is in Burke and Sut
ton in the interest of the Milk pro
Miss Ethel Sullivan of Roscindale
Mass., is here visiting her brother,
E. H. Hallett has purchased the
Guy O. Clifford property on Cliff St.,
and will take possession sept. l.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Smith
spent SUnda" in Barton.
Mrs. Pearl Stebbins of Sheldon is
here visiting her sister, Mrs. George
Archie Campbell has returned
from Brightlook hosoital and is slow
ly convalescin- at his home on Port
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Magoon and
Miss Barbara Gray are spending a
couple of weeks at Peak's Island and
Mrs. Will Parker and son, Walter,
went to Berlin Sunday to make their
Mrs. Wilfred Harvey is spending
the week in Boston.
Miss Madline Baril of Barre is vis
iting at Mr. and Mrs. Albert La
chance's. Mr. and 'Irs. Charles H. Merrill
Our Silk Dresses
are selling special at the following prices:
Mavis Talcum, Pbmpeiian Talcum, Colgate's Talcum, Wood
3 cans 59c
Mrs. J. R. Alger and children spent
a few days last week at her aunt,
Mrs. Ellis, at Union village.
Mr. and Mrs. William Turner of
St. Johnsbury were at Harry Joliffes'
a part of last week.
Ruth Cowan was home over the
Dorothea and Christine Batten
went to Greenfield, Mass., Saturday
to spend a few weeks with relatives.
Marjory Tcwksbury of South Rye
gate was the guest of Margaret Lac
kie Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hovev recent
ly entertained friends from Spring
People from the neighborhood at
tended the reception of Bacheler and
L.ystcr at Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lys-
Mrs. Hen ry Patrick and daughter.
Hazel, visited a few days last week
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hovey. "
Mr. and Mrs. McKee visited Sun
day Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McKee.
David Lawrence visited his daugh
of Lowell, Mass., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Merrill at their home in
outh Park. Master Carter and Miss
Dorothy will return to Lowell with
their uncle and aunt for a visit.
Mr. J. W. Brigham of VewYork
and Miss Maude Cass of Lowell,
Mass., are guests of Mrs. Grace
An automobile carrying a set of
organ pipes which are operated
through the exhaust from the ma
chine created a lot of interest on
Main street Sunday night jujst before
church meeting. It had the effect
of a pipe oran.
Wood has been received of the sud
den illness of Mrs. Humphrey Fox,
while visitine in Jeferson, N. H., His
sons are with him.
Guy D. Clifford and family spent
Sunday with relatives in North Dan
ville. John Prcvost has accepted a nosi
tion at the Dean McLellan store.
J. R. Lewis of Portland, Mass., was
here on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Palmer and
Miss Madeline Palmer have gone to
Boston and Lynn for a vacation.
They will also visit Mr. Palmers' old
homo at Portland.
Arthur B. Dow's Real Estate Aircn
cy has sold the three tenement house
on Railroad stret owned by Samuel
J. Burden of Vancouver to F. L. Gor
don of St. Johnsjiurv.
Carl E. Hooker, administrator of
the O. V. Hooker estate, has sold the
residence to Penn Page.
Fred D. and Dan T. Gilman have
sold to Jessiq J. and Annie B. Davis
a part of the Gilman meadow which
is located near the United States Fish
Town Clerk C. G. Bralcy has re
corded an unprecedented number of
marriages for a single month in St.
Johnsbury. In the month of Juno
there were twenty-five marriages re
corded at the town clerk's office.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Barnes, Mr. and
Mrs. II. L. Jameson, and Dr. Max L.
Jameson of Burlington were in St.
Johnsbury on Wednesday night en
route to Portland, Maine. They will
return to Burlington by way of Bos
ton after visitin the Maine beaches,
and expect to get there on Sunday.
Misses Helen Andrews and Kath
lyn Cusack of New York City are
spending a few days at the home of
Mrs. R. H. Estabrooks.
Dr. W. G. Ricker and familv re
turned Wednesday from their camp
ing trip at Digby, Nova Scotia. They
travelled 1,600 miles in their car and
had a month of steady enjoyment.
C. Roy Calderwood left for Rut
land Thursday to attend the annual
gathering of the Vermont Underta
kers and Embalmeis' association. Mr.
Calderwood is secretary of the orga
nization. In a recent issue in our Lyndonville
items we referred to an automobile
accident and said the car was owned
by and driven by Maynard Pease.
This was an error. The car was op
erated by Raymond Pease and was1
owned by John Judge.
Clarke Amey and family and Roy
Howard and family have been on a
motor trip through Vermont. They
spent Sunday at Mt. Mansfield and
Wednesday Mr. Amey attended the
meeting of the Vermont Retail Shoe
Dealers association at Woodstock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Goddard motor
ed to Caspian Lake Sunday and en
route saw a handsome flop with two
fawns. The animals were seen near !
Walden Heights and after waiting a
moment for the car to approach all
disappeared in the thicket.
Foster Morton spent Sunday at his
home in Lancaster, N. H.
Michael H. Philopoules is home
from a trip from Boston where he se
cured a new chef for the Star res
taurant. Miss Estelle Juneau is visiting
friends in Meriden, Conn.
Dr. F. E. Farmer has been called
to Rumney Depot, N .H., by the ill
ness of Mrs. L. H. Smythes mother,
Mrs. C. W. Hubert. Mrs. Smythe has
been with her mother for some time.
Otto Ockerbladof is a busines vi
sitor in town.
Miss Mary J. Nelson is enjoying a
two weeks vacation at Monhegan Is
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bailey and Mr.
and Mrs. Prcscott, manager of the
Bailey Music store at Laconia motor
ed thro the White mountains Mon
day. Mrs. Alma Beach is visiting in Or
leans. Mrs. Sias Randall died at
the home of her son, Edson N. Ran
dall, Wednesday evening after a long
illness. The funeral will be held at
Grace Methodist church chapel on
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Fabian S. Reed are
receiving congratulations over the
birth of a daughter born on Aug. 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Mullen is home
from North Adams, where they have
72 Railroad St, St. Johnsbury
A Bit! NEW STORE
A Complete New Stock
We are showing a wonderful as
sortment of Garments in all the
Newest Fabrics and Styles. Quality,
and Price considered they represent
Complete Furnishings For
LITTLE BOYS and GIRLS
Corsets, Shirt Waists, House Dresses
Hosiery, Underwear, Aprons
Clothing and Furnishings For
MEN and YOUNG MEN
RealSavings as well as Quality in our lines of
Men's Suits, Overcoats, Shirts,
Underwear and Hosiery
At the Opening of Our New Store
We are Offering Special Values
One lot Ladies' Linene Dresses. Regular price $7.50, for $4.69
Imported Voile Dresses, price $13.50, $14.50 fend $16.50, for. $8.88
Satin Messaline Dresses, prices from $22.50 to $27.50, now $17.77
A few Georgettes for $9.99
200 Georgette Waists, all sizes, colors and styles. Regular $6.50
and $7.50 Waists at $4.44
$2.25 Ladies' Night Gowns f , for $1.37
$1.65 and $1.50 Envelope Chemi-je ' ; t for 97c
Ladies' Jersey Bloomers : . 46c
$3.00 Middies , ' J for $1.95
Ladies' Aprons $1.45
Jersey top Silk Flounce Petticoats, $6.50 and $7.50, now $5.39
Heatherbloom top with Silk Flounces $3.37
Children's Gingham Dresses,
from $1.43, $2.17 and $2.94
We are carrying W. M. Senkel Suits, all tailor made, each suit
Dress Shirts, Beacons and Bedfords, Arrow Collars, Neck
wear, Neckties, Suspenders and Belts, Arm Bands and Elastics
Special sale of Men's Khaki Pants, $3.00 values, for $2.33
Men's Union Suits, B. V. D., Alvos, Gibb and Elastic ribbed, $1.42
Work Shirts $1.24
One lot of Men's Dress Shirts $1.42
Boys' Wash Suits $1.95 and $2.17
These Prices are for One Week beginning Saturday, August 7,
at 10.00 A. M.
Unsatisfactory purchases if returned within 21 hours undam
aged money will be refunded.
THE HOME OF LIFE
ter, Mrs. Edgar
McKee over the