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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER S, 1920
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?hc sigs of a rsJfebJa declc?
rn'J the ivorld'3 bes: Gasolins
I'icjy motor highway and
yirV throughout pictur
ft'r'.' A'fii' England end
AVu I'orft U i part of tlu
ton "Socorv Tr.sll".
Old Orchard Home. Concord.
Mass., where Louisa M. Akott
wrote "Little Woman" in 1S67.
THE Socony sign of supreme mo
toring service is a common sight in
rural Vermont and from Old Town,
Maine to Chautauqua County,
Automobile tourists have come to de
pend upon it. Th;:y hive found it in
out-of-the-way pieces on many trips
it was "a friend in 'need". And
many large gasoline users in the cities
know what Socony service means
they too havo corns to depend upon it.
The uniform qualidesofSdeonygasoiine
have made it the logical fuel for every
motor transportation requirement.
Socony isn't merely one of many
gasolines. It represents fifty years of
refining expcrier.ee, and is made by the
most improved methods known to the
industry. It is truly the standard of
Socony gasoline, v.iih the proper car
buretor adjustment, insures quick
starting, clean c::v;'.::Pt:fo, low car
bonization and Ail,' i t ' ; -;c from every
gallon. Regular !bbe:iiy ivjrs enjoy
these advantages every cry t)? year
round, for Socony service enables them
to fill up everywhere.
Look for the red, white n:?d hhie
STANDARD OIL CO. OF NEW YORK
REG. O.S. PAT. OFF.
Guy Power has purchased the
grbcery and meat business of W. I).
Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Richards,
Misses Helen and Edith Bennett, Miss
Helen Reed :ind Willnrd Ketch h:iva
bee.n jn camp at Miles Pond for :i
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Gray have en
tertained' the past week Mrs. Persons
of Montpelicr, and Aubory Gray of
Lyndojiville. Madam Sarah Gray has
returned from a visit to relatives in
Miss Thelma Williamson returned
the first of the week to her home in
Clarence, Fred and Francis Liili
crap were business visitors in West
Mr.. Charles McKclvey of .Little
ton, N. H., visited her sister, Mrs. E.
C. Lewis, Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. L, W Hastings of
Bradford wore in town Sunday
The social dance at the Town hall
Thursday evening was well attended.
Mr- and Mrs. Henry Robilard and
Om'eg Robilard visited in Shcrbrooke,
P.' Q:; this week.
Mrs; F. E. Hastings was in St.
Johnsbury Saturday, ,
Ifenry Stricter hs returned to his
home In Worcester, Mass.
Miss Jennie Belden was in White
field, N. W over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morrison and
:;on, Emerson, of St. Johnsbury, spent
the week end with Mr. and Mr.:. Geo.
Miss Marion and Mildred Hastings
have returned from a visit to East
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bennett of
St. Johnsbury were over Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. I. Bennett.
Miss Maude Whselock of Law
rence, Mass., was a jrucst of Mrs.
Cora Bailey and Miss Leola For. a'th
Mrs. Viola Wallace, Miss Cora
Lane of Maiden Mass., arc spending
a time at V, A. Hutchinson's.
F. A. Hutchinson. Miss Kd.th Hut
chinson, with their guest. Mrs. Viola
Wallace and Miss Cora Lane went
through the Mountains and Lost
Mrs. Philip Jlowcs of Montpelicr
has been supmlinir a few days with
her brother, I). J. I.unnie.
Mrs. Clarence Richards and stn,
Clyde, went Saturday to spend u few
days with friends in Burnet.
Miss Amelia Lee goes to Well
River this week to teach in the grad
Miss Mary Reed is a new student
at St. Johnsbury Acidemy. Mi-ses
Ida Richardson, Julia -tjuimhy, Mar
ion Hastings and Carroll Cohleigh
Murray Cutting and Paul .illicrap
have resumed their school work.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert' Quimby of St.
Johnsbury spent the week end at H.
Mrs. Knnpp and daughter have rc
'urncd io Bane.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith went to
Bo. tDn Monday for a few days.
Miv, Gcm-gc Hastings was in St.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tatio mote red
to Manchester, N. II., Friday Mrs.
0 A Miltimore and son, George, went
Saturday, returning with Mr and
Mrs. Tatio Sunday.
Among tho::e on the sick list arc
Ivan Strectcr and Mrs. William Wil
liams. O. V. Bilker and Fraici Lillicrap
were in Bnrrc Sumlay.
Miss Mary and Elsie King who
visited in town pai;l of last week, re
turned to their home in Boston Sat
Marlaml Clifford of Greenfield,
Mass., and Leo Clifford are guests at
M. J.1 Spaulding's. Harland Clifford,
Jr. who has spent two weeks in
Greenfield, has returned.
Miss Vera Strceter was home from
her work in Wells River over L ibor
Kenneth Cross and son, George, of
St. lohiisbiuy v'isilcd I. B. Cross over
I. B. Cross was in Lancaster nd
Stratford, N. 1L, on business last
Miss On'illc Piatt was in St.
Johnsbury on business the last of the
week and was a guest of Miss Mabel
O. V. Baker and family spent part
of last week at iheir camp n Groton.
I Miss Emerson, who has bctn a
I ?ucst of Miss Nellie Kearney at
Camp Kilkare, returned to her home
n New York Monday. Mrs. J. E.
Warren of Kirby was a week end
guest of Miss Kearney.
P. F. Hnzcn ind party of St.
Johnsbury were at Shadow Lake the
last of the week.
Elizer Bushee and Lizun Counter
were in Littleton, N. H., Sunday.
Lester Woodbury and Grafton Hull
arc at work at St. Johnsbury at the
Mrs. Dan Hubley of Lyndonvillc
:s a 'ruest of Mrs. t. K. Hodge.
Mr. and Mrs. John Goodrcuult of
Springfield have been visiting fr'ends
and relatives here.
Mrs. Freeman Brewer of St. Johns
bury Center visited Mr. and Mrs. F.
A. Brewer the hist of ,he week.
Mr. ami Mrs. W C Lewis and Mr
and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and children,
Garland and Vclma, went Sunday to
Lewiston, Mc., to visit Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Lewis.
Mr. .and Mrs F A Brewer, Dr and
Mrs. G. B. French and Mrs. Freeman
Urewer were in Canaan Friday.
Mrs. Harrison Wright and son,
of South Ryegatc, have been guests
of Mrs. E. i. Lee.
Mrs. Charlotte Edney of Haverhill,
Mass., has been visiting in town.
Mr. and Sirs. Frank Hey wood .and
sons, Nelson and Frank, and daugh
ters, Dorothy and Edna ol Pnvi
dencc, R. 1., spent the week end nt M.
Mrs. Achsa Turner of Lyndon is
a guest of her sister, Mrs. Mianda
Schools in town opened Tuesday
with the following teachers: Junior
High school, Principal, i .J. Stcsh
olts, of Allcntown, Pa., assistant prin
cipal, Mrs. Guy Powers of Concord,
Domestic, Miss Bertha M. Colby of
Colehrook N. H., Intermediate, Mrs.
Katherine Chaplin, Piimary, Miss
Louise Chapman pf North Concord,
Mrs. Lena Christer of Concord Cor
ner, Miss Lena Williams Biook
school. Miss Grace Pearl of Shef
field, Four Corners Mrs. Ernest Car
penter of Watcrford, Texas, M sb
Arabella Lord, East Dennis, Cape
Code, Castle school, Miss Genevieve
Louis Carpenter is visiting in Bos
ton accompaning his niece and neph
ew, Julia and Fred Gate of Manches
ter, N. H., who have been guest at
the Carpenter home.
Regular meeting of Concord
Grange, No. 4(18, Friday evening.
All members of Concord Grange,
No. 408, who desire to make agricul
tural exhibits at the Caledonia county
fair will leave such articles at the
Town hall Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gleason wcro
in Lyndon the past week.
Misses Marion and Belle Durban!:
have been guests at the Gleason
home. Miss Marion goes this week to
her school work in Barrc.
Mrs. Doutail Forrest received wor l
Sundav that her son, Leo Darwin,
was killed in Laconia, N. H., that i.f
tcrnoon. No particulars of his death
are known at this writing.
Mrs. Hiram Blodgett, who has
been ill at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Jennie Burnett, went Saturday
to her home in Stratford, N. H.
At the annual meeting of the Con
cord Cemetery association the follow
ing1 were elected officers for the en
suing year. President, O. B. Cutting,
trustees, O. B. Cutting, George H.
Hastings, W. O. Kochleau, secretary
and treasurer. J. G. Chapman, agent,
F. A. Brewer, auditors, F. A. Brewer
and F. N. Chapman, sexton, Walter
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Farnham of
Rrookline, and Mrs. William Hack of
Boston, are guests at the homes of
(). B. and C. F. Cutting. Mrs. Sarah
Martin and Miss Mattie Martin are
guests of Mrs. Clara Chaplin
I'linn Shorcy went last Fliday to
Plainlicld io visit his mother and sis
ters. Mrs. Shorey and little son who
have been visiting there the past 'two
weeks, returned with him Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Taylor, and
son, Clare, returned the first of ihs
week from Willoughby lake where
they have been camping with relative:)
from New Hampshire.
All arc glad to hear that Mrs. H.
J. Mathewson is gaining so she has
taken a short auto vide.
Mrs. VV. W. Sanborn has been quite
ill the past week.
Mr. Huckins and family are getting
settled in their new home. All are
glad to welcome them.
Mrs. Martha Drown commenced
work Monday for Mrs. Harry Davis
at Sheffield. Her daughter, Ena, goes
with her to attend school.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Willcy went
last Friday to New York state to
carry Mrs. Willey's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Snay, who have been spending
Jircc weeks with them. They went
by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Willcy re
Mrs. Walker of Sheffield is keeping
house for W. G. Sanborn.
Dale Wolcott and lady friend wcrs
(jucsts at Alex. Roger's last Suni'ay.
Chas. Eastman and family motor
ed to Danville last Sunday vo visit
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hast ngs of
Glover visited at Alex, Dwycr's; last
Remember the Willoughby Valley
Pomona Grange meeting here this
Q.hnl mill nnt rnmiTirncn ill the
village thu week owing to the re-,
pairs not being finished: It will com-,
mencc next Monday.
Mrs. Geo. Roberts and daughter, I
Ariine una wvciyn, were in si
Johnsbury last Saturday.
Dwight Hall of East Cabot has
moved into one of Fred Daniel's,
Mr. and Mrs. Elson Douse and Lt
tle son of Peachain were at A. J. !
Mr. Pratt and family and Mr.
Donald Farrington spent Sunday,
and Monday with his grandparents,)
Mr. and Mrs. George Hodgdon at ,
Danville. , '
Trombley and family of St. Johns
bury who have been sp?nding a w.ck
at Point Comfort have returned home
Oscar and Otis Aycr spent vhe
week end with iheir sister, Mrs. Wa1
Mrs. Alice Jones of West Berkshire
is visiting her brother. E. N. Dunhar.
Mrs. Adah Prcscott of Bethlehem,
N. H., is visiting her aunt, Mis. Josh
Mr. and Mrs. Fred D.miols arc
spending a few days at Newfanc.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson
spent the week end with her mother,
Mrs. Fred Daniels. .
Mrs. Dr. Aldrieh and son, James,
who have been spending some t me
in their cottage, went to St. Johns
bury Saturday to spend a few days
before going to thc:r home !n Inde
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Silvcrdale of
Barre are spending their honeymoon
at Point Comfort. Mr. and ' Mrs
Alfred McLeod of Barrc spent th
week end with them.
Mr. Sanders and party of Banv
ares pending a few days in camp at
John Watt and friends of Barre
who have been camning at Point
Comfort, have returned home.,
. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt of St.
Johnsbury visited his mother, Mrs.
George Kittredgc Sunday. . j
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland of Concord
N. H., were guests at Edgar Heuh-
con s last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Goss and fam
ily, who have spent the summer at
their cottage, have returned to St.
Miss Emily Armstrong was home
from St. Johnsbury over Sunday.
Mrs. Cummings and . Miss Cosbi
Cummings, Miss Zclte . Harris and
Miss Bagley, who have spent several
weeks with A. H. Carpenter at his
cottage, have returned to Iowa.
Mrs. A. J. Goss spent a few days
at Brandon last week.
Mrs. Oliver Kittredgc of Swanton
spent Thursday with Mrs. George
Mrs. Charles Crane of Cabot is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Cynthia
Mrs. Pearl Baldwin and little son
of Dorchester, Mass., are visiting at
A. J. Gosse's.
Artie Meader and son, Kenneth of
Whitensville, Mass., recently visited
his sister, Mrs. F. B. Mulligan.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Farrington
and children and Miss Lillian Gabriel
motored to Willoughby Sunday.
John Brickett spent the week end
at Orford with his daughter, Mrs.
ents. Mi. and Mrs. Henry Davi?, re
turned to hci school at Arli'-gton,
I M s. 1 "oro. hj A jnlgLvncvv o: S..
' John, bury L. visit hvr hei parent.--, ?!r.
i and Mrs. B. A. Farnh.un.
Bor". McLatrrhlhi w;:s at homo over
I Sunda- fi ;,! whore lie is work-
Mi. nn.' M's, Draa Ha'l .pout a
' part of last week at Shcrbrooke at
I undiir. Die fai;.
Mr-. W. A. Whitney of Med'oi'd.
i Ma.-.. -re::t la.t week with M:. and
I M:v. Will Robert.'.
ST. JOMNSBUaV FAST
David llnaage .L . reUu iio l to his
ivork in Ciivinnaii, Ohio. S.ituiday
M. Dei:i: ;s oi Coiccd has moved
into the James Rvj-iagc eolt.-ove.
The m;;nv IrV-iib- o .Mark L. Hov-
cV will bo Drrj to lea1 a th;
M;. and Mr-. Clyde Gilbert and
Will Thayer of Hurdwick visited
Mrs. Gilbert's -ister, Mrs. Carrail
1." ''or Wednesday.
Mr... Alice Clviiey of Burke visited
her -i-ti-r, Mr-. Bessie Wheeler
Mrs. Ella Simpson and grand
daughtt", Miss Ethel Simp.-on,- hae
returned home from a vi.it :!i
Ma -s.aehn--.-1 1
Mrs. Alien Woo-lwa-d of St. Jihu ;
bury spent Wodnesdav with he;' par
ents. Mi. ami Mrs. E. M. Mus-.
Doris hitney is spoil l;ng this
week at Old Orchard and I'ine Paint
M.'.ine, a gue:-t of Miss (I race Cobb,
a former teacher hoic.
'ck in the hospital in Si. .lohiisburv.
W. I; u -.-oil oi t'sdif-insia was the
giies"! ol Mr. cm! Mrs. 1!. K. ("rives
M'ss Boat rice SVw.art. Mis.-. Anna
Stewar;. W. Hatfield. R. Stewart
0.' Can-bridge, Ma.-s an I Mi. -; Ma
rion Eir.er-oM oi Belmont, 'lass.,
were cue .is of Mr. aad Mrs. RJUhett
Ul.perf and Clyde McGinnis, 'Alta
and Minel'a Temple, Hope (it
and Miss Ella Parker are going .6
tend the Academy this tall.
Miss Esthoi Kannoy led the C
Mrs, Harold Parker from. Morris
were also .present. ,
Ralph Sbasiany is working
Ca'l Honkbis drivin" autos.
E. J. Walk and family ninte:-d
'olebrook a:"' iiie Ba'saai's o" Si
"r. S. M. J'cdirit- if Vnionr o
Oh, .. is at "Morrll Lodge" f.r"
vieation ot a f"w weeks.
Mi--- nn Slinilh riOUi"el t
school in Morristown, N. T..
ST. JOHNSBURY CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wheeler vis
ited at Adna Smith's in Burke last
Walter Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Will
Hender.-ion were at lii'Dwnington
Saturday evening to attend a grange
John Lewis and Clarence Colby
were home over Sunday from their
work in West Lebanon, N. H.
Glen Ayer of Greenfield, Mass.,
spent the week end with his family
here. He will soon move to Orange,
Mass., where he has bought a place.
Harry W heeler has finished work
at St. Johnsbury and has gone to
Massachusetts where he expects to
Charle:' Amidm was at White
River Junction last week.
Mrs. Gray has been visiting in Can
ada the past week.
George Shorey spent the week end
with his sister, Miss Mary Shorcy of
St. "John; bury.
Miss Myrtle Davis who ba - been
spending the summer with her par-
the restoe I
!'t English walking fast Inst. J
A sturdy long-wonr WiIk jji
i I fL ' Cvcr rl-.npoii t i the foot 9
I f V b'oail tread with a low I
fl 1 v arch. A man's W.pal shoo 9
f TK?E?!h'l x S Inlhcliiplicst'erndeRuosia I
I fPvf $10-00
Whr-n you sit for a Walk-Over
fjitinp; you see one of the reasons
for Walk-Over success. Notice
tho infinite pains we take in
measuring. Isn't it sat!sr-tn to
find 3rcur size and width in just
the Irtst J-05? litre? You ncv?r havo
cny miRfjtvjnqg about a Walk--Ci'er.
- You know that this store ;
end the factory hold themselves
resr-onsiblo at all times.
THp ARCH FIT
For men with slender lioels
who want n nh'ic to Tit close
at the instep. Try this la;;t if
rot) are haul to fu. Every
cl.iy men are
fitic-d to this
bhoc to Ihoir
AMEY & REED
"AVhevc Shoes arc Fitted"
and Coats are now in stock and the season promises to be a big
Our Furs are a little out of the ordinary, so when you make
your usual visit perhaps you may he interested.
are as usual our speciality and naturally we have a wonderful as
sortment of Silks, Satin.'?, Tricolette, Serge, Poire Twill, Velour,
Prices $19.50 to $62.50