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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1920
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DEATH OF ALBERT MORGAN
The community was shocked and
saddened Tuesday, the 14th by the
news that Albeit Morgan had died
suddenly. He left his home lor his
work in Fitzdalc at en early morn
ing hour and the work of the tore
noon found him in his usual gooc
cheer. The lunch hour was passed
anions' friends. Suddenly, just belore
the work of the afternoon was to be
gin, without warning and with no ap
parent pain he passed on.
Mr Morgan was born at Concord,
,Vt., Oct. 2'J, 1850, one of 15 children
of William Storrs Morgan and Sam
antha Spaulding Morgan. Early in
life he married Mary Jane Stone,
widow of George Stone, who lived
only a few years; no children resulted
from the union. Later he married
Mary Elliott Savage and with her
he lived till his death. The last forty
years of his life were spent in Lunen
burg. For almost 1 years he wus
a faithful worker at the casket fac
tory in the village.
The funeral was hold at his home
Friday afternoon, Sept. 17th, where
he rested in a casket, covered and
surrounded with flowers, and in the
midst of his family, relations and
friends. Rev. Glenn Douglass offi
ciated for the Congregational church
of which Mr. Morgan was a member.
The Moose River Lodge of Masons
conducted the burial sen-ice. He
was laid to rest at Riverside. Sur
rounded by the widow, Marv Elliott,
two sons, Rev. Walter Amos of
Washington, I). C and Llovd Elliott,
of Lunenburg, besides two brothers,
six sisters and many nephews and
nieces, he will be missed by many
Mrs. James Beattie passed away at
the home of her daughter on Tues
da" morning after an illness of sev
eral months during all of which she
was tenderly cared for by her daugh
ter, Mrs. Spaulding, being assisted
during the last days bv Miss Susanne
Podge, another daughter. Funeral
services were held at the home of
Mrs. Spaulding on Thursday, Sept.
34th. Rev. Glenn Douglas officiated
and the interment was in the family
lot in Riverside cemetery. The love
find sympathy of manv friends was
shown by the many floral offerings
which covered the casket. .
Louis Heel, Brown,
$7.50 to $10.00
Louis Heel, Black,
$7.50 to $10.00
Tnk Heel. Grcv.
$7.50 to $10.00 Bj
$f ' 4
Girls' School Shoes
Brown Calf Skin,
$1.75 to $7.50
Black Calf Skin,
$1.50 to $6.50
horn in Lunen
burg, Sept. 3d, 1847, the daughter of
James and Hannah Bowker Morse.
Nearly all her life was spent in
Lunenburg. She leaves to mourn her
loss her husband, James Beattie of
Enosburg, three daughters, Maggie,
Mrs. Chaiks Spaulding, and Bessie,
Mrs. Kyle T. Brown of Lunenburg,
and Miss Susanne Dodge of Spring
field, Mass., a granddaughter, and
grandson, besides many relatives and
friends to whom sympathy is extend
ed. Mrs. J. W. Scott and Mrs. Fcrnie
Day McLachlin of St. Johnsbury call
ed on Mrs. Charles Turner on their
way to Canaan last week.
Merritt Stevens of Newport was a
recent visitor at Mrs. Hattie Barber
as Major in the Medical Corps of the
regular U. S. Army and has been re
assigned as attending surgeon at Fort
Sam Houston, Texas. Major Bi'citl
ings many friends in Lunenburg con
gratulate him on the well deserved
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Cowlcs and
daughter, Harriet, and Mr and Mrs.
S. C. Smith started on a motor trip
to New York last Thursday visiting
points of interest en route.
James Silsby was taken ill very
suddenly last week Sunday with heart
trouble and has been confined to his
bed at the home of his brother, H. T.
Silsby. Mr. and Mrs. Silsby hope to
return by train soon, leaving their
car for some one else to drive back
to Albany, N Y., where they reside.
The Silsbys were called here by the
death of Howard Coburn last week.
Among out townspeople to visit St.
Johnsbury during the week have been
Mrs M E Putney, Mrs A J Newman,
S C Smith and L H. Willson.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stanton and
daughter Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Stanton, Madam Stanton and
Miss Hoyt of North Danville were
guests of Mrs. Homer Stanton's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bell, at Bcll
view farm, South Lunenburg, Friday.
CARD OF THANKS
I We desire to express . our deep
j gratitude' to the many friends who
; were so kind to us during our sorrow,
and for the beautiful flowers.
Mar- C. Morgan,
Walter A. Morgan,
. Lloyd E. Morgan.
r.iau. .nfdirf miwrv and pufiertng.
aeJts'aa Quickly bnd ure!7 on -
turn oi inv stoma fo sv w-r
aa in cmaem i
that common .
Exercises a MOth-
lac. healing effect up
on all mucous linings.
Ttelchint eas. bout stom-
ath. nausea, vomiting.
trrampe, pains in me bdqo-
menv arorraoea toqbuuo
tion are all syniDtoma of m
fh catarrhal condition in the
Don't Buffer another day.
It is needless and danger
ous. Two generations have
found Pe-ru-na just the
medicine needed for such
Tablets or Liquid
Last Saturday evening was neigh
bors night at Riverside Grunge, over
o() members from Sheffield Grange at
tended and gave the most of the pro
gram, which was much enjoyed.
About 7(1 were present. After the
meeting a bountiiul supper win serv
ed and a social hour spent. Dist.
Deputy John Duval of Sutton Grange
Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Smith and
son and daughter of North Troy were
weoic end guests of their cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. Aithur Wood.
Miss Cardie Sleeper, a former resi
dent, spent the past week here visit
ing old friends and neighbors. She
left Sunday to visit relatives in Wi st
Burke before returning to her liome
in Hast St. Johnsbury.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J Shorey enter
tained' as guests two days last week
.1 R. Kinney of Boston and Mrs. Ellen
Shorcy, Mrs. Flood and Mrs. R. L
Harve'y, all of Plainfield.
Roy Gray and wile of Sutton were
at Will Mi'tchems last Sunday.
Work will be commenced this week
on the other new cement bridge just
below Roy Bickford's house.
Nine men have commenced cu'.t'ng
Christmas trees in this vicinity. They
board at Harry Bickford's.
Geo. A. Roberts was in Portland
the most of last week selecting goods
for his store, returning Friday night.
Mrs. Kilgarten, who has been
spending several weeks with her
daughter, Mrs. Earnest Barber, has
returned to her home in Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ripley and son
Hubbard, were in the place the last
of the vcek. They returned to their
home in Windsor Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Susie Niblock came with thtm.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bean, Mrs. C
E Day and Mr. and Mrs. Winthion
Blodgett, all of St Johnsbury, were
week end guests of Mr. and Mr.;. Fred
George Weed and wife and Mrs. A.
E Weed were business visitors in St.
Johnsbury last Saturday.
Remember the Grange fair this
week Thursday and plan to be there.
Charles Welch was busy filling his
silo last week.
The Plymouth Creamery Co., takes
over Mrs. Katie Buck's creamery
plant this week Thursday.
Franci". Hastio oi Hanover, X. II.,
comes Saturday to visit his mother
Mrs iWnrv Viirdv and Mrs. Abbio
! Lamphoio visited at Arthur Roy's
I in llnmr'MP. 1 VltlflV.
Miss Marion Bole.; who has spent
her summer here returned to Connec
Miss Karleno King spent Friday
and Saturday with Miss Ruby Blain.
A few friends of Miss Ruby Blain
gathered at her home Friday even
ing, to remind her of her 18th
birthday. The evening was pleasantly
spent in --laying games. Delicious re
freshments.: were serve;!.
Mrs. Merrill is visiting hor daugh
ter, Mrs. Paul Morrison for a short
M. and Mrs. Hall of Illinois visited
at Eben Strobridge's last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Norton re
turn to theivh ome in West Medfoid,
Mass., Tuesday after spending the
Miss Mattie Abbntt of St. J hns
burv spent Sunday at Jennie Hastie's
business college fit Albany, N. Y.
Mr. aM Mrs. E. G. Watson of
Tampa, Florida are visitine friends in
town. Mrs. Watson is a daughter of
the late C. W. Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Ferguson leave
today, Thursday, lor Toronto, Ohio,
wheie tlicy will visit their son, Dr.
George Ferguson, also their son, Phil
at Akron. From there thry will pro
ceed toPasadena. where they plan to
tpend the winter. Mr. Ferguson has a
six months' leave of absence from his
duties in the railroad office, and will
enjoy this veil-earned vacation.
The LTniversalist Ladies' Aid So
ciety will meet with Mrs. L. S. Howe
this' afternoon at half -past two
The Methodist minister, the Rev.
W. J. MaeFarlane, with seven other
men and boys, went to Willoughby
recently and loaded a car with 18
cords of bobbin wood which will help
to keep that church warm for some
time. The wood was given by Enoch
Mr. and Mrs. Heman P. Burpee are
taking a short vacation of about ten
days or two weeks, part of which
they will spend with Dr. Nelson
Wood at his summer home in Quincy,
Mass., and a part at Newburyport.
Richard and Nelson Wood have
been visiting their brother, F. M.
Wood, in Long Island, and his wife
and daughter returned home with
them for a short visit. They had a
most interesting time in New York,
and were in the sub-way when the
bomb explosion occurred . on Wall
street, and was present to see the
results of the explosion, and the
- Mrs.-Mafy Colburn recently -en
tertained her friends. Mis. Will
Holthnm of Sutton, and Mr. and
Mi... W. G. Greenwood of North
E. Humphrey has been in Des
M". lies, Iowa, for the past ten days,
v.hc re In was a delegate to the Na
tioiial convention of the Order of
Norris Brown fell from a truck
when coming heme from school the
other day, and bioe his arm near the
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Vallier have
gone to St. Louis to attend the annu
al convention of the Roadmasters and
Maintenance of Way Association.
N. S. Hardv has been entertaining
his nephew, Malcolm Berbeck, from
Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Chase are vis
iting their sons in Erattleborn.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Farnum.
the Rev. W. J. MaeFarlane and
Mrs. Walter Garrison made a motor
trip to Montpelier this week, and at
tended the prohibition convention
W. F. Stoddard is ill with a severe
cold, and there is fear of pneumonia
Miss Carolyn Darling was in Bos
ton the last of the week, making ar
rangements for entering again this
year the Leland Powers school of
Oratory in that city.
Mrs." II. E. Folsom and daughter,
Flavia went to Boston last week for
a few days, and from there to North
ampton, where Miss Flavia is to en
tci Smith College this fall.
A gang of men, 21 in number, from
Delaware Water Gap. Penn., arrived
in town Saturday, on the business of
cutting and shipping Christmas trees
and greens for the market. Sunday
they were divided into parties, and
left for different noints in the woods,
at East Haven, Concord, Wheelock,
Sheffield, and other places, where they
will go at once to work upon the
trees, whichythey plan to ship from
here late in November.
Varnum Abbott has finished work
in the Edmunds drue store, and has
gone to Keene, N. H., where he has
a good position as a druggist.
Miss Lora Watchie is with her sis
ter, Mrs. Frank Lanctot, who has just
undergone an operation for appendi
citis in Winchester, Mass. Mrs. Lanc
tot, who recently moved there from
St. Johnsbury, will live in Woburn,
Mass., and Miss Watchie plans tj re
main with them and help until tie
family are settled in their new honie.
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Davis have mo
tored to Boston for a few days' visit,
and will bring home with them, their
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Karl Davis, and
little son, Stanley, to stav a few
weeks here and at St. Johnsbury.
Miss Bcrnice Trefren who is teach
ing in the graded school in the place
of Mrs. Ruth Houghton Johnson, has
taken a room at Mrs. Walter Garri
son's, and with Miss Mildred Grady,
who is attending the Institute, will
do light housekeeping.
Mrs. Harry White has had as
guests the past week her father, hor
brother, Talcotte Rexford, wife and
two children, Eleanor and Russell, all
of Aver's Cliff, P. Q.
J. C. Eaton, who has been in very
poor health of late, has gone to the
New England Sanatorium in Mel
rose, Mass., for a few weeks' rest
The members of the Rebekah
Lodge had a fine entertainment in
their hall Friday evening, for the
members of the order and a few in
vited guests. A short farce, illus
trating the doings of 12 old maid suf
fragettes, was most laughable. Reci
tation, music anel refreshments com
pleted a nice program, and one which
was much enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. George Trotter, Mr.
and Mrs. Orson Tripp and son,
George, from Springfield, motored
over Friday to spend the week end
with Mrs. James Dexter and family.
EAST ST. JOHNSBURY
C. M. Nichols has sold his farm to
a man from Barnet, possession to be
given about Oct. 1. Mr. Nichols will
move to St. Johnsbury.
A. D. Gordon is working at the
Fairbanks-Morse Company in St.
George Copp is having a fire place
built in his home.
Silas Donaghv was Tiven a surprise
partv at his home on Saturday even
ing by a large number of his friends.
A very pleasant time was enjoyed.
Rev. Mr. Perrin has his two weeks'
vacation at this time and for the next
two Sunday there will be no service
in the morning. There will be evening
service as usual.
Mrs. Wilbbor Cushman is confined
to the house with a hard cold.
Mrs. Clarence Temple spent Sun
day at St. Johnsbury with her broth
er, Lourico Parker.
Samuel Russell of Georgetown,
Mass., and Miss Clara Gage of
Lyndonville have been visiting at
Chase and Hovey's the past week.
Miss Edith Rudd returns to her
work in Nashua, N. II., this week.
William Rodgers, the faithful
farm-hand at Chase and Hovey's is
planning to take a three weeks' vaca
tion commencing this week and will
visit relatives in Montreal.
The many friends of Mrs. W. P.
Russell will bo glad to learn that she
is improving from her long illness.
Richard Rudd is ill at the home of
his brother, Steve Rudd.
Dick Dcmars is working for W. R.
Russell on the state road.
On Sunday morning, Sept. 2G Mrs.
Jane Morrill Burk passed away. She
was born in Kirby, May 22, 1856. In
1875 she married Frank Burk and
for about 44 years has made her
home in the village. She was a home
loving woman and has been one of
the faithful ones in the community,
a kind neighbor and a willing worktr.
She was a,member of the Ladies' Aid
in the church. She is survived bv our
daughter, Ella O'Connor of Chavles
town, Mass., and a husband, two
brothers, and an aged mother.
Fred J Walk, who hns' been visit
ing his brother, Charlts Wark, for
several weeks, returned to their home
in California on Monday.
DEATH OF MR. PA TT RIDGE
I.oien Kul'Oiip Pattivbo' died at
Erightlook hospital, St. Johnsbury. on
September 15, aged years. He' was
born in Peaeham, Feb.'l2th, l!il7, ihe
son of Francis and Mary ((Graham)
Pattridge, who are both deceased.
Two sisters were also in ihe family.
Mary F., who died in ISitii, and
Blanche G., who survives him. He
received his education in the district
schools of the town and was a erad
uate of Peaeham Academy and of
Dartmouth college. After leaving
college he went to Buffalo, N. Y.,
where he taught school, mid final'y
studied law and was admitted to ihe
Several years ago, failing health
compelled him to 'return home and
since having the grippe last Apiil lie
never recovered to be about his busi
ness on the farm as formerly. July
1st, he had an operation on his aim
which never quite healed. September
2nd, a second operation to remove a
growth on his intestines, from the ef
fests of which he died. He was secre
tary of the South Peaeham Creamery
association," a member of the Grange
at West Barnet, and of Washburn
Lodge of Masons of Danville. A
large number of all orders attending
his funeral. Mr. Pattridge was in
terested in town affairs, always at
town meeting in which he took an
active part. Being a lawyer by pio
fession, he was elected at each town
meeting to elefend suits. Being a
.skillful accountant he was elected
year by year one of the board of aud
itors. He was always interested in
the library, a great reader and was
appointed by the Library association
one of the committee to represent ihe
library in regard to the new building
lot, and to arrange such matters vi h
the donor of the new library. The
funeral services were at the home
Friday, September 17th, at 1..10 p. m
conducted by the Rev. Wilmond War
ner, pastor of the Congregational
church. The relatives from out of
town to attend were: George Gia
ham, Southborough, Mass.; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Pattridge, North Haver
hill, N. H.; Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Northro-' Marshfield, Vt.; also mem
bers of Masonic lodge of Danville.
Services at the grave wore conducted
by the same. Much sympathy is felt
for the sister who is left alone in the
Edith Wallace spent the day
Thursday in St. Johnsbury at the
home of Dr. C. H. Newell.
Miss May Gilfillan has been ap
pointed County demonstrator to t ike
the place held last year by Miss
Mrs. Emily Albee was a recent
business visitor in St. Johnsbury. also
Mrs. Annie Gilfillan.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene wuson ana
son, Lawrence, are visiting at Chester
Pliny Mason, who has been visiting
his mother, Mrs. Ella Mason, has re
turned to Boston.
Mrs. Mason Bruso, who sustained
a shock a month ago does not make
any improvement towards recovery.
Business at the "Old Homestead"
is rushing since Walker's Inn was
Benj. Gadley is attending the great
Dairymans association and fair that
is being held in Springfield, Mass.
Samuel Stevens of Hawkesbury,
Canada, and Mrs. Harold Clarke of
Toronto, who has been staying at
have returned to their home.
A. N. Gilfillan was in Lancaster, N.
H., Friday on a business trip. -
John Gilchrist has moved his fam
ily into the tenement over his store.
Hiram Rowe has purchased the house
From Our Special Lot
including Crepes, Satins, Taffeta, Jerseys, etc., today
TO ADVERTISE OUR LINE OF
GOOD SHEPHERD YARNS
we will offer for a few days a ball formerly selling at 70c for
Make your Sweaters at once as you can save some money
from original values.
CASCARA kg QUININE
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeze.
Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves
Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache
Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascara is best Tonic
Laxutive No Opiate in Hill's.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
on Church street recently occuui;d
by Mr. Gilchrist and will soon move I
his family from the Goodale house
Miss Esther Fraiser of Monroe. N.
II., spent Thursilay at Mrs. Juial
Alfred Tripp and daughter, Muriel,
are visiting his son, Graydon, at
Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Welch and
son, Lawrence, went Tuesday to
Springfield, Mass., to visit relatives
and take in the fair.
Miss Lizzie Jenkins is visiting rel
atives in Springf.eld, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. James Buell have!
gone to St. Paul, Minn., for a six
weeks' visit with her brother, Elmey o
Cleveland and son, Harry. Mr. and
Mrs. Morton Holbrook of Lyndonville
are keeping house for them during
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chamberlain
were business visitors in St. Johns
bury on Saturday.
Mary Gilbert has been spending a
week in St. Johnsbury with Miss Nel
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Drown of Win
chenden, Mass., were recent visitors
at F. C. Harveys and Harrv Pas
cett's. G. E. Frasier and wife who have
been here with his nephew, Carl
Frasier, and other relatives dur
the summer left for their home in
Louisana the first of the week. They
are making the trip in their car.
The Ladies' Aid will have a har
vest dinner at the Congregational
vestry Wednesday, Sept. 2i. Every
one is invited.
Mrs. A. A. Barber is attending the
exposition at Springfield and visiting
att ho home of her (laughter, Mrs.
C. E. Freeto is home from a few
days from his work in Bethlehem, N.
Mr. and Mrs. Blake of Lyndon
Center were recent visitors at Oliver
Miss Flora Barber has finished
work for Campbell and Blodgett at
Lyndonville and is spending the week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Barber at the Club House.
Peter Voisinet of Woonsockot. R.
I., who has been visiting rclawves
here has a position at St. Johnsbury
in Fairbanks shops as too! maker.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Chambeidain
have gone to Springfield, Haverhill
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kirkby went
to Woonsocket, R. I., Sunday' night,
taking their little nephew, Gerald
Hart, home. They will return next
TIha SIk2pipimg Qemtor
AND . (
Monday for the winter, he having I
position at Mt. View Creamery., Mrs
Kirkby will stop with her sister, Mrs.
A. D. Gilson.
Mr. and Mis. George Cole and
family were Sunday visitors at Ly
man Walters r.t West Burke.
Mrs. Jesse Drew was a week end
visitor at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knapn.
Mrs. Harold Winn of St. Johns
bury has been spending several days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frasier and
daughter. Helen, were Sunday visit
ors at Walter Silsby's in Campion, N.
Rev. Mr. Suitor went Wednesday
night to Boston with Wesley Dee who
is to have cataracts removed from hi
eye at the Eye and Ear InfirmaVy.
Mis. Paquin from Danville is stop
ping with Mrs. Dee during his ab
sence. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Harris wer
Sunday visitors at H. E. Jenkins' at
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sils-by from
Campton, N. H., were recent visitors
at J. P. Stafford's.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McDonald and
Mrs. Oscar Phillips were business vis
itors in St. Johnsbury Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Dennion anc
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stafford of Lyn
donville, Mrs. Harold Winn of St
Johnsbury were Sunday visitors af
S. S. Convention Plans
Discussed at Meeting
The fust meeting of the commit
tee of the combined churches selectee
to make arrangements for taking
care of the guests at the State Sun,
dav School convention, which will bi
held in St. Johnsbur" three days, Fri
day, Saturday and Sunday, of uejt
week, was held Friday evening witl
Mrs. B. A. Palmer, chairman of thi
Chairmen of the committees of tht
various churcheswere present. Thej
included Mrs. B. A. Palmer, .Noi-y
church- Mrs. Fred Clifford, Metho
dist; Mrs. Charles French, Univer
salist: Mrs. Henry Power, Soutl
and Mrs. Wright, Baptist.
The business discussed at Frida;
night's mee'tin"1 was the planning 6
menus to be served in the Methodic
church during the convention. Ai
experienced caterer will be employe
for the work and he will be assists
bv ladies from the several rhurchei
Each chairman will have charge o
the securing of help for the occa
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